Re: RELAX NG is now an International Standard
Roger L. Costello scripsit: > > Remember that ISO has tried to impose a licensing fee on use of > > their country code standard. Given that sad effort, I would > > advise against use of any ISO standard if there was a viable > > alternative. If they can do it for country codes, they can > > impose licensing fees for use of any of their standards, > > e.g., Relax-NG. 1) RELAX NG is both an Oasis standard and an ISO one, with identical technical content. 2) No charge is made for the use or implementation of any ISO standard; charges are made for copies of the standards document itself. In the special cases of the country-code, language-code, and currency-code standards, where the standards document *is* the standard in effect, ISO charges for copies of the code list in database-ready format. You are still free, however, to type in the codes yourself, and the content is available all over the net. > A second question: what implementations are there of RELAX NG? See http://www.relaxng.org/#software . -- If you have ever wondered if you are in hell, John Cowan it has been said, then you are on a well-traveled http://www.ccil.org/~cowan road of spiritual inquiry. If you are absolutely http://www.reutershealth.com sure you are in hell, however, then you must be jcowan@r... on the Cross Bronx Expressway. --Alan Feur, NYTimes, 2002-09-20
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