Re: Re: Question about GPL and DFSG Compatibility of a Proposed Amendment to the W3C Document Licence
Paul Wise wrote:
Is there any chance they would use an existing license instead of
reinventing the legal wheel?
Many of us are arguing that the W3C should do just that with suggestions
to use MIT, BSD or CC0. But they are being stubborn with several
members remaining opposed to the idea of allowing the specification to
be forked, and they came up with their 3 licence options in an attempt
to reach a compromise.
However, since GPL compatibility is a requirement for the licence, I'm
hoping the W3C can be convinced to give up on these alternatives if it
can be proven that they are not compatible.
Lachlan Hunt - Opera Software