From: Jim Hendler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
> > >(2) we need more explicit copyright license terms. > >I suggest that you ammend the submission request >to include the following text, substituting >each of the authors for [party]: > > [party] hereby grants to the W3C, a perpetual, > nonexclusive, royalty-free, world-wide right and license under any > [party] copyrights in this contribution to copy, publish and > distribute the contribution, as well as a right and license of the > same scope to any derivative works prepared by the W3C and based on, > or incorporating all or part of the contribution. [Member Company] > further agrees that any derivative works of this contribution prepared > by the W3C shall be solely owned by the W3C. How about: [party} hereby grants to all organizations and entities a perpetual, royalty-free... ? i.e. let's just put the frigging thing in public domain -- can W3C handle that?
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