[tei-council] One Licence Does it all
daniel.odonnell at uleth.ca
Tue Aug 10 23:01:03 EDT 2010
Once again, I think we are pushing on an open door. For me, "Hooray!
let's get this canonical and clear up all the problems" seems to be
about as clear an agreement to cooperate as we can get. I'd focus on that.
On 10-08-10 04:19 PM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> By "pending changes out of Apex", I don't think Perry meant to imply
>> that these changes will definitely make it into our canonical version.
>> Rather, he has a list of changes that Apex made in their fork ("version
>> 1.1"), and he and Dan will review them and create SF tickets for any
>> that seem like they should make it back into our canonical version.
>> This seems fine to me.
> It is fine by me if Apex or anyone else wants to fork Tite and make their
> own variant customization, It is entirely NOT fine by me if they call the result
> Would Gabby thank me if I released a schema calling itself "Epidoc, version 1.1",
> with small changes in it from his Epidoc?
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