Re: [dxwg] Rights statements can be handled in multiple ways, which makes interop difficult (#1444)

Maybe there can be a more neutral way. Actually the current section makes it quite technical. First the various dcterms properties and what they're supposed to point to according to their standardized semantics, and then the ODRL policies which are just presented as "in the particular case when rights are expressed via ODRL policies." This is hard to argue with, no? Also I believe that it states quite well an order or preference. Simple statements first, and more complex policies second.

Maybe what makes @agreiner uneasy is the allusion to ODRS? It's already merely a note but I can see it stands in the middle of the story. 

There I think we can turn to a rather neutral approach, or at least one that just follows from our W3C anchoring. ODRL is a W3C recommendation. So as a W3C group we should be expected to recommend existing W3C recommendations for specific cases. Which means that either ODRS (as a "more sophisticated approach to express rights") should be pushed towards the end of the subsection, or it should be removed.

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