Re: ConciseXML syntax and compatibility
David, David Megginson wrote: >Mike Plusch writes: > > > <snip> > >Note, also, that the W3C holds a trademark on "XML" and can use it to >prevent any potentially misleading uses of the term. I'd recommend >finding a name without "XML" in it sooner, so that you're not forced >to change a lot more material later. Something like "ConciseML" would >probably be OK. > I just checked at: http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Legal/2002/ipr-notice-20021231#W3C_Trademarks And found the following: > Terms which claimed as generic are not governed by any W3C license and > are used as common descriptors by the W3C. <snip> > XML (generic), Extensible Markup Language Don't take this as legal advice or even accurate facts. Any "official" types for the W3C care to comment? Patrick -- Patrick Durusau Director of Research and Development Society of Biblical Literature pdurusau@e...
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