[tei-council] Licensing - final wording

Martin Holmes mholmes at uvic.ca
Wed Oct 12 11:53:18 EDT 2011

We could also add the TEI <license> elements as examples of the use of 
<license> in the Guidelines themselves. We're short of examples at the 
moment, and a dual-license example would be helpful.


On 11-10-11 10:30 PM, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> On 11 Oct 2011, at 22:21, James Cummings wrote:
>> Do we include both licenses in every output, or a general statement
>> (such as this) which points to the licenses (and the licensing and
>> citation page on the website)?
> I'd say we include two of the new<license>  elements in the TEI Guidelines
> ODD source, pointing to the licenses online, and then the processing
> software will work out what and how to put in the generated output. That
> should work for any license found in someone's ODD.
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Martin Holmes
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