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- From: Rick JELLIFFE <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Date: Wed, 06 Sep 2000 23:32:12 +0800
Oliver Becker wrote:
> Would it be reasonable to change Schematron into a real open source
> project supported by several contributors (hosted on sourceforge, for
> Unfortunately I don't have any experience with that.
> Schematron is very fine - but sometimes limited. So I add things myself
> and write proprietary Schematron preprocessors (using an extended
> Schematron language). Other users might do similary things ...
I have started (and stuffed up first time DOH) registration at Source
Please if any potential contributors has strong opinions or advice
about this, please let me know. Otherwise I will press ahead.
One matter is that Source Forge requires a licence to be nominated.
The original code was under "GPL or MPL" but I would like to
migrate to the xlib/libpng license, which is imposes almost no
restrictions on any party to make use of the code. (I will approach
the various implementers privately about this too.) In particular,
I want to make it easy for companies to implement it in commercial
products without complication.
I'll announce it on various lists when it has been set up.