The P4 Users Guide is nearing the point where it can be put
on the BMIR wiki and opened up for general editing. Before
that happens, however, I'd like to hear about any structural
problems (eg, organization, page naming conventions) that I
should attend to. So, please take a look and let me know if
you see anything amiss! Here's some links:
At 8:51 AM -0500 10/9/09, [hidden email] wrote:
> It would be nice to see some synergy between the P4 User Guide
> and the W3C OWL 2 Primer, whereas you could include P4 examples
> that are used in the W3C OWL2 primer.
I'm not sure we can or should borrow material from the Primer on
a large scale (due to copyright restrictions), but Guide pages
can certainly link to sections in the primer:
On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 12:39 PM, Rich Morin <[hidden email]> wrote:
> At 8:51 AM -0500 10/9/09, [hidden email] wrote:
>> It would be nice to see some synergy between the P4 User Guide
>> and the W3C OWL 2 Primer, whereas you could include P4 examples
>> that are used in the W3C OWL2 primer.
> I'm not sure we can or should borrow material from the Primer on
> a large scale (due to copyright restrictions), but Guide pages
> can certainly link to sections in the primer:
> At 1:22 PM -0400 10/9/09, Alan Ruttenberg wrote:
>> Which copyright restrictions are you concerned about. Have a look at
>> http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Legal/2002/copyright-documents-20021231 >>
>> It allows for use of whole or part as long as there is acknowledgement
>> and backlinks.
> Yes, but there is a restriction:
> No right to create modifications or derivatives of W3C documents
> is granted pursuant to this license. ...
> This might come into play, for example, if we simply started with
> the Primer and added links to our material. However, we can use
> quite a bit of material and stay within the spirit of the license.
I would be interested in moderating this if it comes to a point where
you think you are restricted. I suggest assuming you can use what you
want, and then if you run into anything that you or the lawyers are
worried about, please ask me and I will take it up with the W3C.