From: Kenneth Whistler (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Mar 09 2005 - 14:46:20 CST
Elliotte Rusty Harold asked:
> While you're at it, is there any chance you could loosen up the
> copyright a bit? The ideal situation would be public domain. The current
> copyright notice with "All Rights Reserved" means I can learn the
> algorithms from it, but I pretty much have to reimplement them from
> If that was the intent, then it's The consortium's code and they can do
> what they want. However, if they expected people to actually use this,
> as I expect they might have, then a license that allows that is necessary.
The applicable license is located at:
See Exhibit 1 there.
When the Java source files for Normalizer.html are updated for
Unicode 4.1, their headers should be updated to make it clear
that they (as for all source in the http://www.unicode.org/reports/
directory) are governed by the general license.
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