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Tux Factory : Terms of use



Tux G1

Tux G1 are under LGPL license (read the license).

Questions/Answers :
Q : I am a webmaster and I want to illustrate my website with a Tux G1, what must I do ?
A : Nothing ! A Tux G1 is free of use, you can use it as you see fit or modify it.
Q : I am a company or an association and I want to use a Tux G1 to illustrate software, a poster... what must I do ?
A : Nothing ! A Tux G1 is free of use, you can use it as you see fit or modify it. However, if you modify it, you must make available the sources of your creation. You have to redistribute the work under the LGPL license and appoint the original work.
Q : I am a teacher or a student and I want to illustrate a course or a presentation with a Tux G1, what must I do ?
A : Nothing ! A Tux G1 is free of use, you can use it as you see fit or modify it.

Tux G2

Tux G2 are under the license Creative Commons by-nc-sa (read the license). This license has been chosen in order to protect the work of the Tux G2's authors from the abuses of some companies. However, each of the conditions can be lift if you get permission of the author AND CrystalXP. The basic Tux G2 has been designed/created/carried out by Overlord59 from CrystalXP.net team.

Questions/Answers :
Q : I am a webmaster and I want to illustrate my website with a Tux G2, what must I do ?
A : You must explicitly specify on your site the author's name du Tux G2 (below the Tux, on the footer or on a "about" page) and you must add a link to http://tux.crystalxp.net/.
Q : I am a company or an association and I want to use a Tux G1 to illustrate software, a poster... what must I do ?
A : You must specify clearly on your poster or on your software license the name of the author of the Tux G2 and make it clear that it come from http://tux.crystalxp.net/. But, you mustn't use this creation for commercial purposes without written permission of the author AND CrystalXP.net (for example, you can't use a Tux G2 on a advertising poster, a professional website or on a T-shirt without permission).
Q : I am a teacher or a student and I want to illustrate a course or a presentation with a Tux G1, what must I do ?
A : Exceptionally and for more practical reasons, you can use a Tux G2 to illustrate a course/a presentation (on paper or slide) without being obliged to quote the author's name. However, you mustn't under no circumstances declare yourself as the author of the Tux G2.
If your course/presentation is intended for being redistributed (in a book, the internet, a PDF file, etc.) you must write at the end of it the following text "Illustrations from the website http://tux.crystalxp.net/".

TinyTux

TinyTux are under a double license, whether the author's choice, the TinyTux can be under LGPL license (read the license) or Creative Commons by-nc-sa (read the license). The basic Tinytux has been created by Everaldo.
If the author has chosen a LGPL license for his TinyTux, please refer to the Tux G1 Questions/Answers. If the author has chosen a Creative Commons by-nc-sa license for his TinyTux, please refer to the Tux G2 Questions/Answers.

If you have questions, don't hesitate to read our "Guide of the good license" and to ask your questions on our forum.

For all permission requests, please contact CrystalXP team.

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