[standards-jig] Question about copyright
stpeter at jabber.org
Wed Nov 13 15:51:41 UTC 2002
A lot of questions.
First, the intention of the IPR policy was to protect the community from
possible protocol pollution by bad actors. Obviously I did not think
enough about the consumer side of the equation. In an earlier draft of the
IPR policy I specified that JEPs are covered under the Open Publication
License (as, you'll notice, all the JabberManual docs are, including the
protocol docs). So I think the legal notice should say that the JEPs are
also covered under the Open Publication License. I'm not sure how or why I
deleted that from the legal notice text, but I think it would answer your
questions. The OPL is here:
Jabber Software Foundation
On Wed, 13 Nov 2002, Ulrich Staudinger wrote:
> and additionally, is a translation of a jep protected with the same
> Is there a way for a prior written permission, even if it is not stated
> in the ipr policy?
> Ulrich Staudinger wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > can someone please clearify some things for me:
> > 1) is the jabber protocol protected with a copyright?
> > 2) are the jeps protected with a copyright?
> > 3) if the jeps are protected, may only the JSF publish the original jep?
> > (section 3.1 IPR)
> > 4) if the original jep really may only be published by the jsf, may an
> > author reprint the jep?
> > 5) May the code held in the JEP (examples) be published?
> > 6) may jabber/xmpp (protocol) code be printed?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > ulrich
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