Uses that do not require approval
Discussing or describing Mycroft software, hardware, products or services
For example, you are allowed to discuss, compare or describe Picroft, or our consumer devices, in online forums, blogs, podcasts, vodcasts, chat groups or via mailing lists without seeking approval.
Jose posts a blog comparing Mycroft to other open source voice offerings. Jose does not need to get approval to use the Mycroft WordMark and Trademarks and/or logo in his blog post, as it is a descriptive blog post, and is non-commercial.
For example, you are allowed to use the Mycroft WordMarks, Trademarks and logos in activities associated with open source community activities.
Nina is demonstrating Mycroft at her local hackerspace. Nina does not need approval to use the Mycroft WordMark and Trademarks in her demonstration, as it is related to open source hardware and software community activities and is non-commercial.
Social media collateral such as imagery, may contain the Mycroft WordMarks, Trademarks and/or logo, as long as the social media context does not imply a commercial relationship with Mycroft AI Inc.
Janine writes a LinkedIn article about the surveillance state, and includes information on the privacy policies of several voice companies. She posts this to LinkedIn with a Mycroft logo as imagery. This is allowable as the social media context does not imply a commercial relationship with Mycroft AI Inc.
Printed collateral which uses the Mycroft WordMark, Trademark and/or logo
Printed collateral such as posters, promotional flyers and so on, may contain the Mycroft WordMarks, Trademarks and/or logo, as long as the printed collateral does not imply a commercial relationship with Mycroft AI Inc.
ACME Open Source Conference features the Mycroft AI CEO as a keynote speaker. The ACME Open Source Conference printed collateral features the Mycroft logo, as no commercial relationship with Mycroft AI Inc is implied.
3D printed collateral from Mycroft AI source files
Objects that are 3D printed from Mycroft AI source files do not require permission to use.. They may be sold commercially without requiring permission from Mycroft AI, Inc.
Helmut uses the Mark 1 hardware repository to download 3D files, and prints a Mark 1 enclosure on a 3D printer. He sells his prints commercially. This is allowable use.