I agree. The Oxford Text Archive has considerable expertise in
these kinds of matters. Would the OTA be willing to take a TEI
test collection on as a subset of its current portfolio?
>> From [log in to unmask] Mon Mar 6 08:14:08 2006
>> Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2006 15:09:20 +0100
>> From: Serge HEIDEN <[log in to unmask]>
>> Subject: Re: Call for sample files
>> To: [log in to unmask]
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>> Lou Burnard wrote:
>> >> I agree that this would be desirable.
>> >> ...
>> >> So whatever we set up, I expect there would need to be a
>> >> choice of options with regards to redistribution.
>> I agree with Sebastian Ratz AND with Lou Burnard's points of view.
>> It is important to bundle together texts and rights to use with all digital ressources.
>> I propose to try to systematicaly associate with each "object"
>> (text, corpus...) deposited, or published or referenced here, a status of
>> responsibility with respect to the authorized usage
>> granted by the fact of being publicized this way.
>> This could be done with, for example, two different policies :
>> A- reject any text without any explicit authorization of use bundled to it ;
>> B- associate a full access and diffusion status to any text
>> deposited without any explicit authorization of use.
>> The Creative Commons context can be an interesting framework
>> to express any "explicit authorization of use".
>> I propose to start to build and edit a list of "usages", that
>> specific clauses or contract or licences should use.
>> This list could be made up by a combination of mentions of :
>> a- distribute anywhere, or to specific target, or locally, or not
>> b- do whatever usage, or just the one needed for a specific project, or don't alter
>> c- mention of origin, or not
>> d- transmit mention of origin, or not
>> e- explicit mention of licence agreement, or not
>> f- transmit mention of licence agreement
>> It would also be nice to try to also explicit who is emitting the object and
>> to whom it is supposed to be granted licence. But this can be difficult
>> to do.
>> [Serge Heiden]
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