[tei-council] Fwd: TEI licensing issues
laurent.romary at inria.fr
Sun Sep 11 04:21:31 EDT 2011
Before we move to other issues here. Could someone with a good knowledge in the domain of licenses summarizes the options, considering the various type of objects we have to deal with (ODD, schemas, doc, xslt...). We could have these put together in the wiki, before we make a comprehensive proposal to the board.
Le 10 sept. 2011 à 09:31, Stuart A. Yeates a écrit :
> Now seems like a good moment to commend the TEI badges at
> http://www.tei-c.org/About/Badges/ which I believe are the work of
> James Cummings.
> On Sat, Sep 10, 2011 at 6:52 PM, Laurent Romary <laurent.romary at inria.fr> wrote:
>> Even if I don't know when this message will go through (deep in the mountain where I am), I join my voice to Piotr's here. We nee to tell TEI users that we appreciate citation (like I said, forget about jurists (and bureaucracy) here, we speak about good practices).
>> Le 9 sept. 2011 à 15:16, Gabriel Bodard a écrit :
>>> I very much agree with Piotr's point here: keeping an attribution clause
>>> on TEI output is not about enforcement or giving us the opportunity to
>>> sue people if they forget to cite us, but just of generally expecting to
>>> be cited and attributed. (By the same token, when would we ever enforce
>>> a no-derivatives clause?)
>>> Multi-license ftw.
>>> On 2011-09-09 14:03, Piotr Bański wrote:
>>>>>> That would mean public domain, which might be fine for the TEI-C in this
>>>>>> very context, though I'd say that at least the BY aspect is usually
>>>>>> worth keeping.
>>>>> can you imagine where we'd ever enforce it?
>>>> I wasn't thinking of this from the perspective of enforcement, I rather
>>>> thought of putting a TEI stamp there and merely expecting it to get
>>>> honoured and mentioned in attributions. As I said, public domain just
>>>> for the generated schemas doesn't sound very bad to me, but a copyright
>>>> + a permissive license (BSD, LGPL) somehow seems more fitting, though
>>>> let me stress that it's just my impression.
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