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Modding JForum logo

 
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I am helping setup a larger forums site and was wondering if it would be OK to mod/blend the JForum squirrel along with our group's logo? It would give JForum a little brand recognition along with our brand logo. Is this possible? Is the logo licence permissive enough for us to do this?

I am not completely sure that this is what we would like to do, but it is a possibility that we are kicking around.

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Note that the owner of jforum.net isn't on these forums. THis is just community Q&A. I'll see if I can get in touch with him for you.
 
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I emailed the site owner and he said it's fine to mod the the logo.
 
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Thanks, it should make the logo designing a little more interesting.

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