From: Michael Tiemann (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 15 2004 - 15:49:16 CDT
I'm new to this, so I'm not sure the best way to move forward, but let
me try two ways:
1. The Euro symbol is a logo of the new European currency.
2. The (cc) symbol is not trademarked, so there is not the kind of IP
issue as their would be around "usual" logos.
3. If there were a "cc" character that could be enclosed by an
enclosing circle character, then the symbol could be composed from
Unicode characters. Thus, there would be no logo per se, but a means to
construct what we want to make a symbol, by usage and acclaim, not a
logo. But this would be less elegant than a single (cc) character
because, as the enclosing characters page says, YMMV when using these
Is that a start?
On Tue, 2004-06-15 at 16:22, email@example.com wrote:
> Michael Tiemann scripsit:
> > Without getting greedy, I'd like to propose the adoption of the (cc)
> > symbol in whatever way would be most expedient (so that creative commons
> > authors can identify their work more appropriately), and leave for later
> > the question of the other symbols.
> It's a logo. We normally don't do logos.
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