[cc-br] RSS 'extensions' published by Microsoft
kaminski at fgv.br
Wed Nov 23 04:43:40 EST 2005
A discussão está ficando interessante... :)
"If only sharing were really simple...
It's great to see positive recognition of Creative Commons at a high level
The spec released is meant to making sharing (in the technical sense of data
exchange) of calendars and contact lists really simple by building on data
formats used to syndicate blogs. (...)"
Comentário de Molly Chavez, 2005-11-22 11:59 PM:
"(...) I, for one, hope that Creative Commons does NOT adopt a policy of
judging which specs released under CC are worthy and which are not. CC
should not get involved in your crusade against Microsoft (I'm surprised you
didn't refer to Microsoft as "M$"). The day that CC ceases to remain neutral
wrt specs released under CC is the day that CC loses all credibility.
BTW, this isn't the first RSS extension that Microsoft has released under
CC, and guess what, the world didn't come to an end with the first one!!
And Microsoft has already released source for this latest exension:
----- Original Message -----
From: "Omar Kaminski" <kaminski at fgv.br>
To: "cc-br" <cc-br at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2005 5:55 AM
Subject: [cc-br] RSS 'extensions' published by Microsoft
> "RSS 'extensions' published by Microsoft
> Microsoft has released details of a set of proposed extensions to Really
> Simple Syndication (RSS), billed as making it easier to receive and share
> A draft of Simple Sharing Extensions (SSE) version 0.9 for RSS 2.0, and
> Outline Processor Markup Language (OPML), has been published under the
> Creative Commons license by Microsoft. (...)"
> "Microsoft's copyrights in this specification are licensed under the
> Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License (version 2.5). To view a
> copy of this license, please visit
> http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/. As to software
> implementations, Microsoft is not aware of any patent claims it owns or
> controls that would be necessarily infringed by a software implementation
> that conforms to the specification's extensions. If Microsoft later
> aware of any such necessary patent claims, Microsoft also agrees to offer
> royalty-free patent license on reasonable and non-discriminatory terms and
> conditions to any such patent claims for the purpose of publishing and
> consuming the extensions set out in the specification."
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