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Thank you Joseph M. Reagle Jr. !

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Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2001 06:47:19 +0900
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Thank you Joseph M. Reagle Jr. !

Your this explanation helps my understanding very much.

regards.


On Tue, 16 Jan 2001 17:45:42 -0500
"Joseph M. Reagle Jr." <reagle@w3.org> wrote:

 > I hope this helps.
 >
 >
 > http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Legal/IPR-FAQ-20000620.html#annotate
 > 5.8 Can I annotate one of your specifications?
 >
 > There are two types of annotations mechanisms: (1) those that do not 
require
 > the copying and modification of the document being annotated (e.g., an
 > external service stores annotations that identify their target via 
XPointer)
 > and (2) those that are created by copying and modifying the document itself
 > (e.g., the file is copied and modified and the annotations are included
 > in-line but differentiated using CSS). Annotations of the first type are
 > links to the W3C site, which is permitted as l ong as those links do not
 > misrepresent the document, it's status, and relation to the W3C.
 >
 > Annotations of the second (including the reorganization and excerption of
 > copyrighted material) are derivitive works and are covered by a policy much
 > like the translation policy. You may make a copy of our specification and
 > annotate it only if you comply with the following requirements:
 > ...

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