Add "GWT Name Use Policy" page

Add "GWT Name Use Policy" page based on the document agreed by the steering committee

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+GWT Name Use Policy
+The purpose of this document is to define the brand and mark policies of the GWT Project, both how
+the project's branding is done and how other projects may or may not use it. In general, it is our
+goal to be as open and permissive as possible, recognizing that it is important to reserve some
+mark to set aside parts of GWT itself from external projects and libraries (gwt-core, gwt-dev,
+gwt-uibinder, gwt-rpc vs gwt-project, gwtp, ext gwt). That said, it is important to protect the
+reputation and branding of GWT and GWT Project by making it clear what is part of the official
+project and how GWT name should and should not be used. External projects that suggest that they are
+an official part of the GWT Project might knowingly or unknowingly harm the greater community by
+confusing the matter. The goal is not to prevent use of the term GWT, but to make sure that it is
+clear when it refers to the core set of tools and libraries, versus the surrounding community of
+libraries and frameworks.
+The policies defined in this document are meant to outline what is acceptable when using the name,
+logo, or other marks of the GWT Project. It is not meant to clearly define what is not acceptable,
+except to say that these things may not automatically be permissible. Any additional use not
+approved in this document may still be okay, subject to approval by the GWT Steering Committee's
+usual process.
+* [GWT]( - The product itself. GWT is a development toolkit for building
+and optimizing complex browser-based applications. Its goal is to enable productive development of
+high-performance web applications without the developer having to be an expert in browser quirks,
+XMLHttpRequest and JavaScript.
+* GWT Project - The greater process by which GWT is being developed - the documentation,
+the contributors, groups and discussions.
+* [GWT Steering Committee](steering.html) - a group of GWT contributors dedicated to the ongoing
+success of the GWT Project, working together by consensus to guide the future of the project.
+GWT Name use
+1.  Name is spelled **GWT** - all capital and it stands for **GWT Web Toolkit**. These are
+    collectively referred as Name in this document.
+    *Example: You can state on your website that My project X is based on GWT.*
+2.  It is ok to use Name as a part of your product name as long as:
+    - Name does not imply any status of being an official part of GWT or being endorsed by GWT.
+    *Example: You may not name your product "Official GWT XML Bindings.*
+    *Example: You should not name your product as "GWT Core", "GWT Framework" or "GWT Toolkit".*
+    - Your product, organization or event name is not GWT, GWT Web Toolkit, GWT Project or it is not
+      referred as GWT in short form.
+    *Example: If your product would be named "GWT Foundation Server" you should not refer to it as
+    "GWT" in your materials.*
+3.  You should not imply that your project, domain name, product, organization or event is official
+    part of GWT product or somehow endorsed by GWT project or GWT Steering Committee.
+    *Example: You may not use statements like "GWT Steering Committee recommends product X" or
+    "GWT2013 Conference is the official gathering of the GWT Project" in your materials.*
+4.  Only projects being controlled by GWT Steering Committee are allowed to use **org.gwtproject**
+    package name or maven groupid.
+    *Example: It is ok to use as a package name, but not
+5.  There is no preferential treatment for Name use by any of the organizations that are part of
+    the GWT Steering Committee.
+GWT Logo use
+1.  The official GWT logo (later GWT logo) is chosen by GWT Steering Committee.
+2.  You may reproduce the GWT logo in your materials in order to refer to GWT or the GWT Project
+    itself.
+    *Example: You may include GWT logo in a technology stack picture representing that your product
+    is built on top of or uses GWT.*
+3.  You may use GWT logo to endorse GWT or the GWT project.
+    *Example: You may print T-shirts, mugs and other merchandise with GWT logo.*
+4.  You may not use GWT logo in a way that would be considered as an endorsement to you, your
+    organization or project.
+    *Example: You should not list GWT Logo on your website in the list of customers or partners.*
+5.  You may not change the GWT logo or create a logo that would fail the "confusingly similar"
+    or "likelihood of confusion" tests.
+    *Example: You should not draw a GWT User Group X logo as a variation of the GWT logo by somehow
+    changing the colors or shape of the logo. However, you may create GWT User Group X logo by
+    adding a text "GWT User Group X" under the logo as showcased in the graphical guidelines below.*
+6.  When you use GWT logo, you must follow the graphical guidelines for logo use.
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 			<entry name="resources" displayName="Resources" description="Resources"></entry>
 			<entry name="steering" displayName="Steering Committee" description="The GWT Steering Committee"></entry>
 			<entry name="terms" displayName="Terms" description="Terms"></entry>
+            <entry name="GWTPolicy" displayName="GWT Name Use Policy" description="GWT Name Use Policy"></entry>
 			<entry name="usingeclipse" displayName="Using Eclipse" description="Using Eclipse"></entry>
 			<entry name="versions" displayName="Versions" description="Versions"></entry>
 			<entry name="whos_using_gwt" displayName="Who is using GWT?" description="Who is using GWT"></entry>