I inquired about the use of the Scala logo for the Scala Twibbon. The logo is proprietary after all. This is the reply I received (in the context of the Twibbon):


    "The Scala logo is a trademark of EPFL. In principle we reserve all rights to the logo, but we are happy to authorize its use for any legitimate Scala-related application."

    So the use of the logo for twibbon is absolutely fine. In general we tend to use the Scala logo in two forms: one with three "twirls" and the Scala name on the side, or, when no name is used, we normally use just two "twirls" to obtain a square icon.

Posted via email from Beavious Grodily Harm

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