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Re: [DOM Java bindings] Can a W3C recommandation be free?

On Friday 5 November 1999, at 15 h 20, the keyboard of Henning Makholm 
<henning@makholm.net> wrote:

> Which means that the interface may be essential to the compilation
> of other software. Which, hence, means that if I want to change
> that other software I might have either to change the interfaces

It is may be possible to "fork" the W3C API, as long as you change the name 
and make clear that it is no longer the official one. I'll ask W3C people 
about that.

PS: I've noticed doc-html-w3, which has the same authors and same copyright, is in non-free. If I put lib-dom-java in non-free, xt will have to move in contrib and we'll lose our only XSL processor :-(

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