> Back when Firefox 2 was released (six years ago this week!),
> the Internet Explorer team started a friendly tradition of sending Mozilla a cake
> as congratulations. This continued for Firefox 3 and Firefox 4.
Wait, that's some other project.
But don't fear, we always have Apple v. Google, Microsoft v. Apple, Samsung v. Apple and a whole host of others to remind us of how we should behave.
They should have doubled the padding to be safe.
> Just 30 minutes later, Michael Bolan tweeted that the cake was gone.
I don't know how many people there are in that office, but I hope it's sufficiently few that no-one got Miltoned :).
When Windows had some BSD code the EULA was clear.
(Not sure why your straight forward question got downvoted.)
I guess an SVG of the logo can be used as a template to cut out paste.
But you raise a good idea: 3d printing of sugar "stuff" to print messages for cakes on demand, in any font.
Printed edible sheets to put on cakes already exist.