[tei-council] <licence> inside <availability>
mholmes at uvic.ca
Fri Aug 19 11:13:15 EDT 2011
So would this be a good example?
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On 11-08-18 09:31 PM, Laurent Romary wrote:
> We should at least exemplify how to refer to one CC license such as: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
> They are getting widely used in the community and it would be a great contribution to open access that we facilitate/encourage (implicitely) its use.
> Le 18 août 2011 à 22:30, Lou Burnard a écrit :
>> Yes, I think I started the implementation of this ticket, and stalled.
>> It happens.
>> Looking at the email list I see that on 25/4 I posted a message asking
>> if anyone could suggest some example licencese to cite, which didnt seem
>> to get any response. So that's probably what I was waiting for.
>> On 18/08/11 18:36, Martin Holmes wrote:
>>> Hi Lou,
>>> I sent this (below) to the Council list, but I suspect you missed it,
>>> and on investigation I see that it was you who checked in
>>> Specs/licence.xml on April 25. Did you get half-way through the process
>>> and stop for some reason, or did it just get forgotten?
>>> On 11-08-17 06:05 PM, Martin Holmes wrote:
>>>> I may be misunderstanding something here, but this ticket is still open:
>>>> and it looks to me as though it's been partially implemented. The
>>>> licence element has been created (licence.xml in P5/Source/Specs), but I
>>>> don't think it's been added to the content model of<availability>, nor
>>>> are there any examples of its usage. Am I missing something, or did the
>>>> implementation get stalled for some reason, or perhaps inadvertently?
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