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[JSR358-5] doc license prevents free redistribution Created: 21/Sep/11 Updated: 08/Apr/14
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|Participants:||keilw, lightguard, pcurran and sean_sheedy|
5 process doc, line 6 standing rules - Should be some form of Creative Commons license, as default copyright requires license for redistribution, modification, etc.
PC> This is a normative document. It makes no sense to use a copyright that allows people to modify it at will.
SS> not about modification, it's about being able to distribute and quote without fear of charges of copyright infringement
|Comment by pcurran [ 21/Sep/11 09:52 PM ]|
I've deferred this, on the grounds that all license-related matters - except for the requirement to disclose - are out of bounds for this JSR and can only be dealt with by a JSR that modifies the JSPA.
|Comment by lightguard [ 06/Jul/12 07:39 PM ]|
Pity, having them be Creative Commons licensed would be a big plus.
|Comment by keilw [ 22/Jul/13 06:34 PM ]|
This is losely related to JSR358-49, assuming, Sean referred to the "Spec License" with "doc license".
Should be possible to clarify with Oracle Legal.