|= DRAFT Guidelines on Logo use =
|this is an attempt to define a process to allow software to use this logo.
|The idea is a lot of software is either obsolete and running only on BeOS ; or weakly ported and using unixish style stuff. We want to avoid that, so the idea is to allow software to use this logo if it fits the guidelines.
|= What rules should software follow =
| * It should work on the latest stable release of Haiku
| * It should work on gcc2 hybrid - other flavours of Haiku may be ignored
| * Only the x86,gcc2hybrid version of software may get the logo - other flavours must not use it
| * configuration files should go in home/config/settings; and the path should be obtained by the appropriate functions & constants, not hardcoded.
| * The app must not write anything to the hard disk except in its own directory (/boot/app/appName, or whatever the user installed it), the configuration directories (home/config/settings, common/), unless the user explicitly asks for it (a save dialog is a good example).
| * We can add other rules here...
| * HIG compliance ?
|= Similar documents elsewhere =
| * Apple App Store Review Guidelines
|= Process for allowing logo use =
|The Haiku Project is responsible for allowing 3rd-partiesto use the logo.