Comparing OSI to OASIS and W3C
andrew at olliancegroup.com
Fri Mar 4 16:44:26 UTC 2005
Can you describe the critieria or classifications to be used yet? Will it include use cases?
From: Laura Majerus <LMajerus at fenwick.com>
To: "David Webber (XML)" <david at drrw.info>, Robin 'Roblimo' Miller <robin at roblimo.com>, Open Source License Discussion List <license-discuss at opensource.org>
Date: Friday, March 4 2005 07:13
Subject: RE: Comparing OSI to OASIS and W3C
I should introduce myself. I'm Laura Majerus, half of the new lawyer team for OSI. I've been on this list for a while, but have been mostly in listen mode.
OSI is definitely planning to put out a table summarizing existing licenses. It will help people with choosing a license, which will (may? might?) lead to less license proliferation.
From: David Webber (XML) [mailto:david at drrw.info]
Sent: Fri Mar 04 06:35:18 2005
To: Robin 'Roblimo' Miller; Open Source License Discussion List
Subject: Comparing OSI to OASIS and W3C
Here's what a chiefly need - something like this table below.
I know this may be asking for the sky and the stars - but if
there was something like this it would be very helpful -
even in draft form.
OSI license template name Expected use for - X
license compatiblity -
A o o o IPR Type 1, Z - Yes, others No Z, T = Yes, X, S = No
B o o o No No
C o o o o Partial - IPR type 3, others no T = Yes, Y = partial
D o o No Yes
E o o o o No No
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