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cefn

I'd like to be able to use the Pinout image at...
http://www.arduino.cc/en/Hacking/PinMapping
...as part of material which I'll distribute at a workshop and may share online.

The same is true of e.g. the http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/blink images including the Fritzing breadboard view, and schematics. When I'm introducing and commenting on these individual experiments within workshops, I'd like to have freedom to use the images, rather than having to remake them from scratch for each experiment I include.

Is there a general principle regarding licensing of images, for example those in the Wiki? Everything says copyright Arduino at the bottom of the page. Who do I need to seek permission from?

Cefn
http://cefn.com
http://shrimping.it

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Seek permission from The Arduino Team, they are listed on the home page.
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