A prototype License Wizard up and running
jclift at digitaldistribution.com
Fri Apr 8 05:34:52 UTC 2005
Alex Rousskov wrote:
> IMHO, in some cases, there will be more than one "correct answer". We
> have to embrace that instead of trying to "engineer" some of the
> answers away. This is one of the primary differences between CC and OSI
> For example, the wizard might ask:
> ``There is no clear legal interpretation of whether X is true. Even
> OSI board is divided on this issue! You can read these conflicting
> points of view <here> and <there>. Do _you_ think X is true?
> - Yes, X is probably true.
> - No, X is probably false.
> - Hmm... This seems important, but I cannot decide.
> - I do not care, why do you ask?!
> The wizard will then make appropriate adjustments to license weights...
> Do you see what I am getting at?
Sure, it sounds like you want a
be cool to have.
Meanwhile, lets write a simple version first... *then* get complicated
with it after we've tested the concept.
If you can think of a straightfoward way to implement what you want,
then it might be practical in the short term after all.
What do you reckon... ?
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