These guidelines apply to the use of third-party content in all external materials, including:
If you’re unsure, reach out to #legal to confirm.
These guidelines do not apply to the use of trademarks in the GitLab product itself. Refer to the guidelines of the Use of Third-party Trademarks in GitLab instead.
When used in these guidelines:
“external materials” means materials made available to any company, or individual who is not a GitLab team member, including marketing audiences, prospects, customers, partners, vendors, community members, and conference attendees. Materials published with public visibility on the GitLab Unfiltered YouTube channel, or on any GitLab social media account, are public-facing.
“third-party content” means any content, including trademarks, visual content, and written content, created or owned by a third party.
Just because something is available for free on the internet (including on Google Images, Google Maps, YouTube, blogs, social media, and news websites) does not mean it can be freely used. The vast majority of internet content is subject to copyright and/or trademark rights, and GitLab’s use of that content could constitute infringement.
“Logo” means a symbol used to identify a company, product, or service, like the GitLab Tanuki logo.
“Wordmark” means unstylized words or letters used to identify a company, product, or service, like GitLab.