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Thanks for the info.
Regarding the other versions of OGL, could you provide links to those?
As for non-software licenses and the project mentioned below, could I ask you to join an SPDX Legal call in order to discuss, perhaps one of the calls in July?
On Jun 6, 2015, at 1:31 PM, Mike Linksvayer <ml@...
On 06/05/2015 02:33 AM, Matt Smith wrote:
I'm not sure it should matter for SPDX but noting that there are two previous versions of the OGL from the UK and now many other OGLs from other jurisdictions. OGL-3.0 or OGL-UK or OGL-UK-3.0 would address one of both of those.I actually joined this list because I eventually intended to ask whether SPDX is interested in including additional licenses not primarily intended for software (it includes some now) such as various OGLs. Seems like a good prompt to finally do that. :)My reason for asking is that I'm involved in opendefinition.org sort of a non-software analogue to the OSD. The OD project has made some half-hearted attempts to collect license texts and metadata but it'd be more effective to feed into a better maintained project, ie SPDX. One completed issue https://github.com/okfn/licenses/issues/35 and another stale one https://github.com/okfn/opendefinition/issues/27 as confusing background for this.If there's interest from SPDX I or someone else involved in OD would propose for inclusion in SPDX those licenses OD as approved but which are not currently in SPDX, seehttp://opendefinition.org/licenses/Mike_______________________________________________Spdx-legal mailing listSpdx-legal@...https://lists.spdx.org/mailman/listinfo/spdx-legal
1. Provide a proposed Full Name for the license or exception.
Open Government License
2. Provide a proposed Short Identifier.