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Hi.
Today iam not having some logical confusion.Actually i was going through some logo designs & the question just jumped into my mind. The standard java logo by oracle i.e. a coffee mug with java written to its side.Is it ok if anyone writes some java notes & fix that logo to its side...? or is it illegal?
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rizwana mujawar wrote:or is it illegal?


Probably (but I'm not a lawyer)
 
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When I got my JEE apps online, I requested through Sun (at the time) a "powered by Java" logo.

I also went through the process with IBM "powered by WebSphere".

Simply ask.

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