I would like to create a customized Linux Mint Live DVD following one of the many guides online. Initially, this is intended to be used by my students only, but eventually I would like to make my customizations available to others, as well.
So, according to this tutorial on linuxmint.com I need to...
... remove all Mint artwork, branding, and other identity elements; [...] The Mint name and identity elements are trademarked and copyrighted. Unless you have approval from Clement Lefebvre and your customized ISO has passed Mint QA team's testing, you can't use those.
Unfortunately, however, that tutorial doesn't go into any details as to what elements exactly that encompasses. And I really don't want to infringe any copyrights.
So, is there a list somewhere that describes the "Mint artwork, branding, and other identity elements" that need to be removed? Are these elements stored in a specific directory?
Any help would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance.