Date: Fri May 30 2003 - 03:52:34 EDT
> 2. It is unikely that the Unicode *logo* itself (i.e. the thing at
> http://www.unicode.org/webscripts/logo60s2.gif) will be incorporated
> directly in any image that people are allowed to put on their
> because to put the Unicode logo on a product or whatever requires a
> license agreement. I.e. the submissions from E. Trager are
> out of scope
> because they contain the Unicode logo on the left side.
If the goal really is to follow the use of the W3C validation logos--
those validation logos do include the readily recognizable W3C logo.
This probably means that W3C made the conscious decision to allow
the use of their logo for that particular purpose.
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