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RE: [higgins-dev] New version of IdAS doc available on wiki
- From: "Paul Trevithick" <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 19:10:22 -0400
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I have been mulling over IP issues like this for a few days now...
Clearly we can't constrain the copyright/licensing headers (if any) of what
context providers will choose to return from ::getSchema. This is entirely
up to them.
However, some of the work that you are doing may be reusable across the
entire class of LDAP-based context providers. Consider the case that a
specific LDAP schema returned from ::getSchema on a context provider imports
a HigginsLDAP.owl (that in turn imports higgins.owl)) that provides some of
the base LDAP oriented vocabulary. In this case HigginsLDAP.owl may well be
something that should be an intrinsic part of the Higgins project, and thus
be under EPL, etc.
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> I can understand a copyright statement in the javadoc and in any static
> OWL file such as the Higgins ontology. However, the stuff I've been
> sending around has been hand written examples or automatically generated
> examples from a call to my context providers IContext::getSchema
> implementation which return a java.lang.String which happens to be XML
> that represents an OWL ontology. Should I be placing a copyright
> statement in that XML for every call to IContext::getSchema? I could ...
> but as a context provider what copyright should I be placing there? Does
> each context provider dictate it's own licensing agreement or is it
> assumed to be under the eclipse license?
> >>> Anthony Nadalin <drsecure@xxxxxxxxxx> 9/25/2006 1:09 PM >>>
> I'm not seeing any Eclipse copyright statements on the Java doc did I miss
> it ? Also in looking at the owl files I did not see it there either.
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