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jon at protofunk.org
Tue Mar 16 18:12:05 PST 2004
I agree. The best part is that the Creative Commons metadata support is
XMP, which Inkscape is about to support. JonCruz, an Inkscape developer,
was planning on backporting this to SodiPodi as well, in order to
facilitate the continuity of support of XMP in the OSS world.
SIDENOTE: What would further kick this XMP support into the next
dimension would be a library that folks could use to support XMP
metadata integration in their SVG files.
As I said b4, adobe apps already support XMP.
XMP! XMP! XMP! XMP!
On Tue, 2004-03-16 at 13:49, Christian Schaller wrote:
> > > 4) License. I think everything should have to be public domain, is
> > > there any issue with that?
> > Public domain works for me. If it is public domain, it must be documented:
> > source and original date and original artist and agreement saying it is
> > public domain.
> The Creative Commons Public Domain dedication process provides you with
> some RDF metadata. We could demand that it is included in the SVG source
> code before inclusion. This will both clearly mark the images as public
> domain and also asure us the public domain dedication was done in a
> legaly valid way.
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