[tei-council] Fwd: Using CALS within the TEI framework
laurent.romary at loria.fr
Tue Jun 8 03:44:46 EDT 2010
After several searches and mail exchanges, I think we have a clear
answer concerning the freedom to integrate CALS in the TEI framework.
What I read below seems to cover our wish to provide an ODD exemplum
Début du message réexpédié :
> De : Mary McRae <mary.mcrae at oasis-open.org>
> Date : 8 juin 2010 01:48:42 GMT+02:00
> À : Laurent Romary <laurent.romary at loria.fr>
> Objet : Rép : Using CALS within the TEI framework
> Hello Laurent,
> Sorry for the delay in getting back to you; I wanted to make sure I
> gave you the correct information since this work was created prior
> to our current IPR Policy.
> OASIS does not often exclusively transfer its rights in a published
> work, or the right to maintain or revise it, to other organizations.
> However, our current IPR Policy at http://www.oasis-open.org/who/intellectualproperty.php
> sets the usage terms for our specifications, which includes a
> blanket permission to all parties to implement, derive from and
> extend our specifications, so long as:
> (a) they do not use our name for it,
> (b) they do not misrepresent it as ours or authorized by us, and
> (c) they include our mandated copyright notices, near or after their
> own, along the following lines:
> ' Portions (c) OASIS Open [year]. All rights reserved. [And so
> on, with some mandated exculpatory language.] '
> The Exchange Table models in question predated our current IPR
> Policy, so the licensing/disclosure terms of our policy did not
> apply to it. However, the current Section 14 generally reflects our
> intent to permit re-uses, so long as the manner of re-use does not
> create confusion as to approvals or sources. Our expectation is
> that this permission to derive from the tables would be sufficient
> for your plans; and that those plans are not confidential.
> If you plan on creating a derivation or extension, please keep me
> posted as I can note it on the TC's public home page as well as
> notify some of the original participants who may be interested.
> Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.
> Best regards,
> Mary P McRae
> Director, Standards Development
> Technical Committee Administrator
> OASIS: Advancing open standards for the information society
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> Standards are like parachutes: they work best when they're open.
> On May 15, 2010, at 1:53 PM, Laurent Romary wrote:
>> Hi Carol,
>> Thanks for your feedback. I was actually referring to the Exchange
>> Table Model. Is this one actually maintained within Oasis now, and/
>> or can the TEI consortium maintained the corresponding ODD
>> specification and associated support?
>> Best regards,
>> Le 14 mai 10 à 21:06, Carol Geyer a écrit :
>>> Mr. Romary,
>>> I'm afraid the CALS table model has never been maintained at OASIS.
>>> The Exchange Table Model, a cross-vendor modification to the CALS
>>> model was created and approved by OASIS several years ago (when our
>>> organization was called 'SGML Open'). The Exchange Table Model was
>>> to provide an XML version as well.
>>> Carol Geyer
>>> Senior Director of Communications and Development
>>> OASIS | Advancing open standards for the information society
>>> +1.978.667.5115 x209 (Office) | +1.941.284.0403 (Cell)
>>> Take a Tour of OASIS
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: Laurent Romary [mailto:laurent.romary at loria.fr]
>>>> Sent: Wednesday, May 12, 2010 2:01 AM
>>>> To: info at oasis-open.org
>>>> Subject: Fwd: Using CALS within the TEI framework
>>>> It does not seem that this message went through.
>>>> At our last TEI council meeting in April, we definitely
>>>> identified the
>>>> need for us to provide a CALS support. Would it make sense that the
>>>> TEI takes up the maintenance of it?
>>>> Best regards,
>>>> Début du message réexpédié :
>>>> De : Laurent Romary <laurent.romary at loria.fr>
>>>> Date : 27 janvier 2010 10:51:22 GMT+01:00
>>>> À : info at oasis-open.org
>>>> Objet : Using CALS within the TEI framework
>>>> I am writing to you as chair of the Text Encoding Initiative
>>>> (www.tei-c.org <http://www.tei-c.org/> ). Some requests have been
>>>> expressed on a regularly basis to the TEI so that the CALS model be
>>>> supported and maintained within the TEI architecture, in a context
>>>> where the TEI has also developed its own table XML format (but
>>>> basically not as good as CALS). My question at this stage is how
>>>> liberty would we have to provide a specification of CALS that would
>>>> generate DTD, RelaxNG and W3C schema support? Is the CALS model
>>>> maintained officially within OASIS and to whom should we apply to
>>>> specific rights to reuse (and update if needed) the model.
>>>> Best regards,
>>>> Laurent Romary
>>>> Laurent Romary
>>>> INRIA & HUB-IDSL
>>>> laurent.romary at inria.fr
>> Laurent Romary
>> INRIA & HUB-IDSL
>> laurent.romary at inria.fr
INRIA & HUB-IDSL
laurent.romary at inria.fr
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