Re: Licensing

Ian Hickson wrote:
> On Mon, 19 Oct 2009, fantasai wrote:
>> Ian Hickson wrote:
>>> You still misunderstand; my point is that I am not willing to license 
>>> my tests under _any_ license unless the W3C commits to using one of 
>>> those three licenses for the entirety of the CSS 2.1 test suite and 
>>> indeed all other CSS test suites, just like the HTML working group has 
>>> committed to using the MIT license for their test suite.
>> I might've asked this already, but... Is the W3C Test Suite / BSD dual 
>> license acceptable to you?
>> (The 
>> restrictions on using the tests under BSD are under trademark law, not 
>> copyright law: the code is under standard BSD, W3C is just asserting 
>> control over use of its own trademark in association with the tests.)
>> If that works for you, I'd like to have your CSS tests checked into 
>> SVN. I can give you an account there, or I can do it for 
>> you: your choice.
> I believe dbaron has the ball on this issue; he and I discussed this topic 
> recently.

It seems dbaron doesn't consider himself on the ball on this issue.

I'd like to get these tests checked in this week, so we can get an
accurate build of the test coverage report for TPAC. There's three
ways this could happen:

   1. I give you access to check in the tests yourself.
   2. You send me a tarball of the tests and associated files.
   3. I scrape them off your website.

All three methods work for me, although if any server-side configuration
is required #1 or #2 is definitely the best way to go.

Please let me know what you prefer.


Received on Wednesday, 21 October 2009 21:33:19 UTC