[odc-discuss] PDDL required for JISC projects by default
tom.heath at talis.com
Thu Oct 14 12:52:35 UTC 2010
Great news :D
Does this mean we need some additional sets of norms defined? IIRC
there are not many defined at the moment (though I may be wrong)...
On 11 October 2010 15:12, Jonathan Gray <jonathan.gray at okfn.org> wrote:
> Cool -- go JISC! ;-)
> "16. All projects must commit to releasing the metadata produced
> under an open licence that permits reuse. JISC would prefer projects
> to use the Open Data Commons PDDL licence for their data. Any
> projects not using this licence will need to discuss the reasons for
> this decision on their project blog to ensure the knowledge is
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