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   RE: [xml-dev] RDDL: Can we add a "copyright" version

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On Fri, 2004-02-20 at 18:19, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> What entity issues the license or asserts the copyright?  

The author of the RDDL directory.

> The W3C? 

If they are the author, yes. If not they are not involved in the process
at all!

> If so, the copyright is likely better.  I don't think the W3C is 
> in the business of licensing or collecting revenues for royalty-free 
> specifications and standards.  I also think one would copyright 
> the documents even if one issues a license for the IP claimed within.
> Eric, what do you want to protect or manage with this IP claim?

I just want to provide links to documents (XHTML or RDF or whatever its
nature is) describing the licence under which the RDDL directory may be

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