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Re: icon for "ISO-HTML"

From: <JAMESICUS@aol.com>
Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2000 04:39:49 EST
Message-ID: <d9.cb1dfc4.274f9165@aol.com>
To: www-validator@w3.org, evans@i.hosei.ac.jp
In a message dated 11/23/00 10:54:55 PM US Mountain Standard Time, Peter 
Evans wrote:

>  That's me. As a challenge (or out of masochism), I wrote a page in
>  ISO/IEC 15445:2000 (ISO-HTML). After a bit of trial, error, and rewrite,
>  I was happy to read:
>  > Congratulations, this document validates as the document
>  > type specified! (I don't have an icon for this one yet,
>  > sorry.) 
>  At the foot of  http://purl.org/NET/ISO+IEC.15445/Users-Guide.html (
>  http://woodworm.cs.uml.edu/~rprice/15445/UG.html ) is a gif that
>  appears to have been designed for precisely this purpose:
>  http://woodworm.cs.uml.edu/~rprice/15445/v15445.gif -- though I can't
>  find an explicit statement of who created it or how it may be used.

Doesn't that portion of section 2.2.1 of the users guide (Documentation of 
validating systems) that states: "The ISO and IEC icons are copyrighted and 
cannot be used without the permission of those organisations. The 
International Standard gives permission to use the identification text but 
not the icon." apply here inasmuch as the "Validated" icon that you refer too 
is one owned by the ISO/IEC?

Incidentally, Peter, a couple of weeks ago - just out of curiosity - I 
rewrote a mini-website of mine (in the signature block below) in ISO/HTML. 
James Pickering
Tucson, Arizona

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