RE: Licensing


> On Wed, 9 Jan 2008, Alex Mogilevsky wrote:
> > I am not a lawyer but I think you get it backwards. It is your
> > work, then you get to choose how to license it. If you license it
> > to W3C which then publishes your work under a more restrictive
> > license (I am assuming you are not happy about that part), the
> > original work is still available from you directly, isn't it?
> Yes. I'm saying that I would not be willing to license my tests to
> the W3C under a different license than the 3-clause BSD, MIT, or
> Apache v2 licenses.

By doing so, you're not compliant to any of the licenses you mention 
anymore. So Google would have to refuse your tests too.



Received on Thursday, 10 January 2008 13:54:41 UTC