Theming and permission?

Hi,

Is it allowed to remove all mention of RT, version number and Best Practical
on the login page?

Just for branding really, not a big issue.

Kind Regards,

Gavin Henry.
Open Source. Open Solutions™.

http://www.suretecsystems.com/

Hi,

Is it allowed to remove all mention of RT, version number and Best Practical
on the login page?

Removing Copyright notices and links to the license is pretty much
off-limits. (Though if your lawyers believe it’s legal after analyzing
the GPL, I’d be interested to see that in writing.)

Removing the Best Practical logo is more of a local decision.

Just for branding really, not a big issue.


Kind Regards,

Gavin Henry.
Open Source. Open Solutions™.

http://www.suretecsystems.com/

Given Suretec’s model and positioning, I’m a bit surprised that this
would come up.

Best,
Jesse

Hi,

Is it allowed to remove all mention of RT, version number and Best
Practical on the login page?

Removing Copyright notices and links to the license is pretty much
off-limits. (Though if your lawyers believe it’s legal after analyzing
the GPL, I’d be interested to see that in writing.)

Many apologies, this is not how I intended my e-mail to be interpreted.

I am fully aware of the GPL and Copyright, but It’s not like I would be remove
these notices on every file, just the front page.

It would not be hidden that it’s RT either, in fact I promote it as much as I
can, it’s purely branding for the front page.

Removing the Best Practical logo is more of a local decision.

Agreed.

Just for branding really, not a big issue.


Kind Regards,

Gavin Henry.
Open Source. Open Solutions™.

http://www.suretecsystems.com/

Given Suretec’s model and positioning, I’m a bit surprised that this
would come up.

I think it’s a fair point. This is done with Mambo everyday, if you
"view-source" it still says Mambo.

I say again, all licensing and copyright stands, it just for branding.

This is what the front page currently looks like:

http://support.suretecsystems.com/rt/

Is this acceptable?

Best,
Jesse

Kind Regards,

Gavin Henry.
Open Source. Open Solutions™.

http://www.suretecsystems.com/

I say again, all licensing and copyright stands, it just for branding.

This is what the front page currently looks like:

http://support.suretecsystems.com/rt/

Is this acceptable?

Absolutely.

Best,
Jesse