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Re: Semantic Web and PCA

From: Tim Berners-Lee <timbl@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2000 16:48:43 -0400
Message-ID: <021001bf9f40$5711f060$a60a1712@col.w3.org>
To: "Edward W. Felten" <felten@CS.Princeton.EDU>
Cc: <sw99@w3.org>
Thank you for your reply.   We also have been looking at choices and options
between webizing an existing logic and adding logic to existing web
standards. Hopefully they would end up in the same place.

We will await with baited breath any developments on source code release!

We will also look forward to discussing this with you.  I don't know what
you would think should be the next steps.  Do you folks have any plans to be
in New England?  You would be welcome to drop in for a meeting, or give a

Tim BL

-----Original Message-----
From: Edward W. Felten <felten@CS.Princeton.EDU>
To: Tim Berners-Lee <timbl@w3.org>
Date: Wednesday, April 05, 2000 11:06 AM
Subject: Re: Semantic Web and PCA

>Thanks for your message.  We are interested in talking about
>collaboration regarding interactions between PCA and the Semantic Web.
>In addition, we are starting to talk among ourselves about how we might
>move PCA in the direction of addressing some of the issues you raised.
>You asked about code release and general intellectual property issues.
>We do plan a source code release under an open-source license such as
>the Athena license or the GPL.  (We have not yet released the code,
>though.)  Any intellectual property in PCA belongs to Princeton
>University, so officially I am not in a position to make any promises.
>However, I think it is very likely that the university will do what is
>necessary to allow PCA to find its way into practice.
>We would be very happy to see our work become part of, or at least have
>an influence on, a future standard.
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