Pi-hole® and FTLDNS (our fork of dnsmasq) are open source, but we still need to protect the unique identity and reputation of Pi-hole (our “brand”), both as a company and a product. This ensures that when people see the Pi-hole name or logo, they know it is something we, the Pi-hole developers, have worked on. We want to help you to make fair use of our name and logo so we have prepared some guidelines which explain which kinds of uses are acceptable.
Pi-hole owns the following trademarks:
1. The word Pi-hole®, which will be referred to as the Pi-hole word mark. 2. Figure 1, which will be referred to as the Pi-hole logo. Collectively, these trademarks will be referred to as The Pi-hole Marks.
The reds are used in the tear drop shapes. The greens are each end of the gradient in the leaf shape.