mchampine 2015-09-28T03:26:44.000012Z

Thanks Martin!

mchampine 2015-09-28T03:55:19.000013Z

One more question. Does anyone know if ClojureBridge organizers are allowed to incorporate the Clojure lambda logo into event promotional materials?

maria 2015-09-28T05:13:41.000014Z

You can find various discussions about this on the mailing list, e.g.!topic/clojure/_o-sHr_YIwo and!topic/clojure/mc-JzjXspe0

maria 2015-09-28T05:16:02.000015Z

I think as long as you are using the logo to represent Clojure, are not modifying the logo, and it's not for commercial use, it should be ok. But maybe you should ask Alex Miller to be on the safe side 😉

alexmiller 2015-09-28T13:05:00.000017Z

@mchampine: generally, combining the clojure logo with other logos, using it in a commercial way, or using it in a way that might be confused with the clojure language itself are not ok

alexmiller 2015-09-28T13:05:36.000018Z

depending what you are doing, you may be in a grayer area

alexmiller 2015-09-28T13:06:09.000019Z

if you have something, feel free to send it to me at <|> and I can ask Rich

mchampine 2015-09-28T13:50:42.000020Z

Thanks @alexmiller @maria. Alex, I'll send you the artwork and get approval before proceeding. We were experimenting with the Clojure lambda super-imposed over the lambda shaped supports on the zakim bridge in Boston for a logo for a future ClojureBridge event.

alexmiller 2015-09-28T13:51:14.000021Z

Rich always says no a combination of the Clojure logo with anything else

mchampine 2015-09-28T22:38:03.000022Z

Ok, good to know!