I am the maintainer of a open source project Uptime Kuma (https://github.com/louislam/uptime-kuma), The project is under MIT license.
Generally, for most cases, I don't mind how people used my software.
Until recently, I discovered a website called "MyUptimeKuma" (See image below) which is not related to me. This website is directly using my project logo as their website logo and the name is quite similar. It is a bit uncomfortable for me, because the website is pretending they are the official service of my project in this way.
Don't get me wrong, it is completely OK to resell it like what Linode or MyPikPods did, since it is clearly stated in MIT license.
Also this project is just my personal project, the name and logo are not trademarks, and the logo is also a SVG file inside the git repo which should be part of the MIT license.
So my questions are:
Are people allowed to create their website/service with the logo which comes from projects under MIT license and pretending they are official?
Not just for my project, let's say I would be now going to make a website "my-syncthing.com" which would be selling Syncthing (also a open source project) and I directly put the Syncthing logo as my website logo, am I allowed?
If they are allowed to do that, are there any open source license to improve this situation?