OpenWrt is committed to protect and ensure consistent usage of its trademark, logos, and styles and also make it easier for every bonafide user to use. As a part of this process, the OpenWrt trademark is a registered United States trademark of Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC), managed by the OpenWrt project.
The OpenWrt trademark was first registered the 30th of December of 2014, but has been in use since October 2003.
Version: 1.0 Published: 10 October 2016
Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) owns a number of trademarks in both word and logo form including brands, slogans, styles. This policy encompasses all marks, in word and logo form, collectively referred to as OpenWrt trademarks. You can see a non-exhaustive list of OpenWrt trademarks, including both registered and unregistered (but otherwise legally recognized) trademarks at our trademarks page.
The objective of this trademark policy is:
Please note that it is not the goal of this policy to limit commercial activity around OpenWrt. We encourage businesses to work on OpenWrt while being compliant with this policy.
Following are the guidelines for the proper use of OpenWrt trademarks by publishers and other third parties. Any use of or reference to OpenWrt trademarks that is inconsistent with these guidelines, or other unauthorized use of or reference to OpenWrt trademarks, or use of marks that are confusingly similar to OpenWrt trademarks, is prohibited and may violate OpenWrt trademark rights.
Any use of OpenWrt trademarks in a misleading and false manner or in a manner that disparages OpenWrt, such as untruthful advertising, is always prohibited.
When in doubt about the use of OpenWrt trademarks, or to request permission for uses not allowed by this policy, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject Trademark Use Request; be sure to include the following information in the body of your message:
This policy may be revised from time to time and updated versions shall be available at OpenWrt Trademarks.