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Re: Questions about CCXML and CCXML interpreter

From: Werner Dittmann <Werner.Dittmann@t-online.de>
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2004 21:11:47 +0200
Message-ID: <005001c4976a$050333c0$0100a8c0@nonehome>
To: "Robert Stewart" <robert@wombatnation.com>
Cc: <www-voice@w3c.org>

Robert,

thanks for your comments. I really appreciate them. As you
said, I'll check the licenses in that order. My first guess was to
use a W3C license because it is an implementation of a W3C
specification. Of course I'll point to and refer to the Phonologies
copyright notice.

I'll also check if my sourceforge id and login is active (didn't work
with SF since several months). I'll contact SF and see how it works
out.

As soon as I managed it I put a short notice on the list.

Regards
Werner

----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Stewart" <robert@wombatnation.com>
To: "Werner Dittmann" <Werner.Dittmann@t-online.de>
Cc: <www-voice@w3c.org>
Sent: Friday, September 10, 2004 5:13 PM
Subject: Re: Questions about CCXML and CCXML interpreter


>
> The following W3C license is used with the W3C web browser Amaya.
> http://w3c.org/Consortium/Legal/2002/copyright-software-20021231
>
> For comparison in the VoiceXML space, the open source VXML browser
> OpenVXI is licensed under the ScanSoft Public License, which is a very
> non-restrictive license.
> http://fife.speech.cs.cmu.edu/openvxi/sspl.html
>
> The ScanSoft Public License is very similar in content to the BSD
> License
> http://opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php
>
> OpenSource.org has an extensive listing of licenses suitable for use
> with open source projects. http://opensource.org/licenses/
>
> As for which license you choose, it depends on what you are trying to
> accomplish. For example, do you want to allow commercial uses, do you
> require attribution, do you want to require that any derivative works be
> licensed under the same license you choose, do you want to make a
> statement against software patents, etc. Based on your email, I
> recommend evaluating the following licenses in this priority order: BSD,
> W3C, Apache, CPL, GPL.
>
> For a project repository, I highly recommend SourceForge. I've used
> SourceForge for a couple years to maintain open source VoiceXML
> applications I've written.
> http://sourceforge.net/index.php
>
> I'm very happy to hear about your project. I look forward to trying it
> out.
>
> Robert Stewart
>
> On Fri, 2004-09-10 at 01:29, Werner Dittmann wrote:
> > All,
> >
> > based on and strongly influenced by the Phonologies opensource CCXML C++
> > implementation I developed
> > a Java based version of the CCXML interpreter. The Java implementation
> > currently supports almost all features
> > of the C++ version. The Java implementation was done with J2SDK 1.4.2
and
> > uses Apache/Jakarta software,
> > such as Junit, log4j, commons httpclient, Xerces as supporting
libraries.
> >
> > Because I would like to put this work in public domain I appreciate any
> > comments which license to use:
> > -GPL, BSD, Apache, is there a W3C license for publice domain/opensource
SW?
> >
> > Any ideas where to place the software as opensource?
> >
> > Ideas, comments, etc. are appreciated.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Werner
> >
> > mailto:Werner.Dittmann@t-online.de
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
>
>
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