[okfn-it] Italian Open Data License - ready for review

Federico Morando federico.morando a polito.it
Mar 3 Maggio 2011 09:41:55 UTC


Dear All,

even if it's not (always) an elegant translation, I quickly reviewed the 
automatic translation provided by Google:

http://ow.ly/1sNwPl

I confirm that it is a very accurate translation and it can be used to 
get a quite precise idea of the meaning of the IODL (we should thank 
open government data for this good translation, I guess: training the 
Google Translator on multilingual EU documents, Google incidentally 
produced an impressively good automated legal translator!)

Best,

Federico


On 05/03/2011 11:19 AM, Stefano Costa wrote:
> Hi all,
> a few weeks ago the revised version of the Italian Open Data License was
> published http://www.formez.it/iodl/ thanks to the work of several
> people who worked together to make it a truly open license. You will see
> that it is explicitly declared as forward-compatible with both the ODBL
> and CC-BY-SA.
>
> It would be important for the open government data movement in Italy to
> have it flagged as a fully OKD-compliant license. We are available for
> providing a faithful translation if needed and for any other question
> you might have about it.
>
> All the best
> Stefano
>
>
>
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