[okfn-discuss] French translation

Jérôme Beau javarome at gmail.com
Sat Feb 21 17:05:27 UTC 2009

I posted a first version at http://rr0.org/okd/annotated
(there is no link to the page wherever except in this message to the list. I
just posted it as a web page for formating convenience).

It seems to be that some errors remains in the original OKD licence, due to
elements taken from the Open Software Definition (OSD) : in the sentence of
item 9, it says that "The rights attached to the work must apply to all to
whom the *program* is redistributed". I guess the program should be replaced
by the *work*, no? Same in "closing up *software* by indirect means such as
requiring a non-disclosure agreement." where software should be replaced by

2009/2/21 Jonathan Gray <jonathan.gray at okfn.org>

> On Sat, Feb 21, 2009 at 1:32 PM, Jérôme Beau <javarome at gmail.com> wrote:
> > It looks that the Open Knowledge Definition is not yet translated in
> french.
> > I would be delighted to do it for you (and for free of course) as a
> > supporter of this idea.
> Dear Jérôme,
> That would be wonderful! I believe Severine Dusollier (in carbon copy)
> was looking into a French translation a while back - but imagine this
> is still on the backburner. If you decide to do a translation perhaps
> you could send a copy to this list for Severine and others to glance
> at before we publish to opendefinition.org!
> Many thanks for your interest!
> Warm regards,
> --
> Jonathan Gray
> Community Coordinator
> The Open Knowledge Foundation
> http://www.okfn.org
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