Thread: RDM logo usage
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Old September 5th, 2017   #2
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Welcome to the forums. There are no official restrictions on the logo usage. However, I would strongly suggest you not mark or brand them with anything "RDM" unless they fully support the protocol.

Back while RDM was originally in development there were a lot of manufacturers that used "RDM Ready" to denote the hardware was capable of supporting RDM when the protocol was released. Unfortunately almost 10 years after the standard was published there were still trade magazines and plenty of manufacturers using the term "RDM Ready" when the product didn't actually support RDM at all. I've made a strong effort at purging this term out of the market as it is essentially meaningless and confusing to users. Either a product supports or RDM at this point or it doesn't.

Hope that helps.
Scott M. Blair
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