I will add the logo information to the license page on the Jython site.

Josh Juneau
Twitter ID:  javajuneau

On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 9:22 AM, Frank Wierzbicki <> wrote:
On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 9:30 AM, Yvan Seth<> wrote:
> Hello Jythoners,
> A question:  We've written an article for users of our product on how to
> use Jython to write "extensions" (we support Java servlets, so Jython is
> a great fit for those of us who don't want to write Java code;)  The
> article includes some code based on PyServlet (badged with the
> appropriate copyright and including the PSF license as it should.) We're
> also using the Jython logo as the "icon" for the article, and this is
> where the question arises.  I've been unable to find anything that
> explicitly covers use/copyright of the Jython logo and just want to make
> sure we're OK to use it.

The Jython logo was created by Jesse Ross who released it under the
creative commons Share Alike 1.0 Generic license:

We should probably put this info up somewhere on the Jython site.


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