We are of course interested to include your updates to Serna. The problem
that we faced was licensing. As far as I remember version 1.3 was the last
that was non-GPL, and we could include only this one.
Unfortunally commercial vendors may include at most LGPL software (and
with a great care). The most convenient license is of course Apache-like.
What is the license for the forthcoming version of the stylesheets?
On Tue, 7 Dec 2004, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> Syntext Team wrote:
> >How should vendors pass through the procedure to be "formally endorsed"
> >for TEI?
> I think Lou was just being cautious. We are some way off (if we ever
> want to get there)
> of formally recommending any editor for TEI. Currently, no software at
> all is "endorsed"
> by the TEI.
> I am sure I can speak for the rest of the TEI directors in saying that
> we much appreciate
> Syntext's commitment to the TEI, and will endeavour to work in
> partnership with you
> in the future for the good of all concerned.
> Speaking for myself, I'd like to warn you that I intend to release quite
> a lot of changes
> to the XSLT stylesheets in the new year, and would hope you'll include
> these in your
> product after then. I also hope you'll keep feeding back bug fixes to us
> if you find them.
> Sebastian Rahtz