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The Open Standard License is a free, copyleft license for standards and similar kinds of works. While loosely based on the GNU General Public License Version 3 and incorporating some of its wording it has no connection or affiliation whatsoever to the Free Software Foundation.
It is designed to ensure that any standard covered by this license is and remains an open standard accessible, useable and changeable by everyone. The license distinguishes between three roles: The publisher of a standard; distributers of a standard; and implementers of a standard.
The publisher of a standard is most often the creator, author or developer of the standard. There can only be one publisher for a standard and only the publisher can release new versions or inexact translations of the standard under the same name. The publisher can also grant permission to do so to others. While anyone can modify a standard definition without permission, this would create a fork of the standard which has to be released under a different name and the modifying party becomes the publisher of this new standard. Any fork is again automatically licensed under this license. The publisher of a standard does not have to be, but can be, a distributer as well. The publisher rights can be transferred to any other individual or organization.
Anyone who conveys copies of a standard definition or makes a standard definition available to the public is a distributer. Distributers must not charge any fee for a standard definition.
An implementer is any producer, publisher or author who is using the standard in one of its works or products. Such a work or product is called an implementing work. The implementing work can be sold and put under any license or copyright law as wished. The implementing work is not affected by this license, but the sole responsibility for the standard implementation lies with the implementing work which’s license has to regulate the liability. However, the copyright holders, distributers or the publisher of the standard cannot be held liable for any damage or similar caused by an implementation of the standard or for its content.
Users of implementing work are in no way affected by this license.
The sole purpose of this license is to make standards available to the public, for use and further development, while at the same time protecting the rights of the original standard developers and helping them make the best possible contribution in their field.
The precise terms and conditions for implementation, copying, distribution, translation and modification follow.
"This License" refers to version 1.2 of the Open Standard License.
"Copyright" also means copyright-like laws that apply to other kinds of works, such as software.
"The Standard" refers to any copyrightable work licensed under this License, in particular to the concept of a Standard and its definitions. Each licensee is addressed as "you". "Licensees" and "recipients" may be individuals or organizations.
To "modify" a work means to copy from or adapt all or part of the work in a fashion requiring copyright permission, other than making an exact copy or a translation of a Standard definition. The resulting work is called a "modified version" of the earlier work or a work "based on" the earlier work.
If the modified version is created by anyone else but the Publisher of the Standard, and without the permission of the Publisher to release it under the name of the Standard, it is called a "Fork". If the modified version is created by the Publisher but is given a new name by the Publisher, it is also called a "Fork".
To "translate" a Standard definition means to create a Standard definition based on another one in a different language which can be interpreted like the definition it is based on. If the translation cannot be interpreted differently than the Standard definition it is based on, it is called an "exact translation", otherwise it is called an "approximate translation".
A "covered work" means either the unmodified Standard or a work based on the Standard other than an implementing work.
A "copyright holder" is any individual or organization who holds the copyright on a work which is either the Standard or part of the Standard, a standard definition or part of a standard definition, a translation or part of a translation, or who holds the copyright on a work on which one of these is based on. A "contributor" is a copyright holder who authorizes use of his work under this License or who licenses his work under this License. The resulting work thus licensed, and any follow up works based on it (with the exception of implementing works), are called the "contributor versions".
An "implementing work" means any work that implements or uses the Standard.
A "used work" means any work that is used in the Standard (as, for example, a GUID data type) but not defined by the Standard.
The "Publisher" is the only one allowed to release new versions of the Standard under the same name without further permission needed, to release new Standard definitions or approximate translations as new Standard definitions without further permission needed, and the only one allowed to grant these permissions to others. It is either the original licensee or someone to whom the Publisher rights were transferred. If the Standard is a Fork the Publisher is the individual or organization who created the modified version.
A "Distributer" is any individual or organization who distributes the Standard according to the terms of this License. To "distribute" a covered work means to convey or propagate it or to make it in some way available to the public or other individuals or organizations.
A Standard definition is any form of writing, drawing or other form of record which’s purpose is to define some kind of Standard or similar under this License copyrightable work. This ideally happens in a form of previously standardized language. Such standardized languages are for example XML, XSD, DTD, UML, and so forth. However, this License applies to all forms of Standard definitions, may they be in a standardized language or not, even to Standard definitions in human languages. A Standard definition may also make use of multiple languages, standardized or not, to define the Standard.
This License only applies to Standard definitions which are clearly evident as such. If you are only writing an overview, description or anything similar which is NOT a Standard definition it is not applicable to this License and you do not need permission by the Publisher to distribute or publish it.
A used work is not part of the Standard and therefore neither applicable to this License nor to its terms or conditions.
There can be multiple definitions in different languages for the Standard. Exact translations can be distributed as a Standard definition for the Standard without the permission of the Publisher. However, even in the case of an exact translation it is highly recommended to consult the Publisher, if this is possible, to make sure it is an exact translation and therefore no violation of this license to distribute it without the permission of the Publisher.
In the case of an approximate translation, the Publisher of the Standard has to grant permission to distribute it as a definition for the Standard. If this permission is not given, it can either be published as a Fork or distributed as an unofficial translation.
If you distribute an unofficial translation you have to mark it as such with a clearly visible notice which also advices the reader of possible errors in the translation as well as possible loss of information due to the translation. If such a notice would corrupt the translation you have to add those notices to every location from where the translation can be obtained from or send them along with any copy of the translation. You also have to provide an official Standard definition for everyone who obtains a copy of the translation.
For every translation, no matter if it is an unofficial translation or a Standard definition, you have to keep intact or, as far as required by this license, add all notices in accordance with section 3.
Definitions based on unofficial translations are also applicable to this license and have to be handled like a translation of a definition of the Standard according to the terms and conditions of this section.
If the result of an attempted translation cannot be interpreted like the Standard definition it is based on or is, regarding the interpretation of the translation, not nearly as close as it is possible, in the according languages of the translation and in accordance with the knowledge of the languages by the translating party, to the Standard definition it is based on, it is not considered a translation but a modified work.
You may distribute the Standard by distributing verbatim copies of a Standard definition or unofficial translation, along with a copy of this License, in or by any medium. Permission by the Publisher to do so is not needed.
Keep intact or, as far as required by this license, add all notices stating that this License and any non-permissive terms added in accordance with section 10 apply to the Standard and its definitions and translations, all notices of the absence of any warranty as well as the naming of the Publisher, the copyright notice, the name and version of the Standard, any restrictions for claim of implementation and the listing of all incorporated standards licensed under this License or covered works the work is based on. If such notices would corrupt the Standard definition or translation you have to add those notices to every location (webpage, office, etc.) from where the Standard can be obtained from or send them along with any copy of the Standard definition or translation.
If you distribute an unofficial translation you additionally have to mark it as such with a clearly visible notice which also advices the reader of possible errors in the translation as well as possible loss of information due to the translation.
No fee may be charged for a copy of the Standard, a Standard definition or translation. However, if a Distributer ships a Standard, Standard definition or translation by traditional mail on request the Distributer may charge the requesting party with the mailing costs if the requesting party was informed about those costs prior to the sending and had the chance to opt out of this request for 14 days after being informed about the costs, in which case no costs will arise for the requesting party. A Distributer may also receive private or public funding or collect donations as long as those donations are not mandatory for receiving the Standard, a Standard definition or translation.
Distributers cannot be held liable for the correctness or content of a Standard definition or translation provided by them or for the availability of their service and they provide no warranty for the content of a Standard definition or translation. However, if informed of the incorrectness of a distributed Standard definition a Distributer has to cease the distribution of this incorrect Standard definition as soon as possible.
Anyone may implement the Standard into any work as wished. Permission of the Publisher or a Distributer to do so is not needed. The implementing work as well as the Standard implementation itself is not affected by this License and can be licensed and handled arbitrary. However, a license governing an implementing work has no effects whatsoever on the covered work or the terms and conditions of this License, even if it says so, and no Publisher, copyright holder, Distributer or translator of the Standard can be hold responsible or liable for an implementation of the Standard, or for any damage or similar caused by it, by a license of the implementing work. Thus, no restrictions or obligations concerning the covered work can be imposed on or removed from you or a copyright holder by the license of an implementing work and no rights or permissions concerning the covered work can be granted to or revoked from you or a copyright holder by the license of an implementing work.
If another standard references, or makes use of, the unmodified Standard as a whole, this is considered an implementation of the Standard by an implementing work and will not result in a Fork as described in Section 6.
Any publisher, producer or author of an implementing work can acknowledge its use of the Standard and is encouraged to do so. This can, for example, happen by adding a short notice like the following in an "about box" or at any other location at which a user might find more information on the implementing work
<name of implementing work> uses the <name of standard> <version of standard> licensed under the Open Standard License.
However, it is NOT required that an implementing work displays such a notice.
The Publisher can restrict this claim of implementation by an implementing work. To do so, a collection of requirements concerning the implementation of the Standard by the implementing work has to be added to the Standard definition or translation. If it is impossible to add this collection of requirements to the Standard definition or translation without corrupting it, it has to be added to every location (webpage, office, etc.) from where a Standard definition or translation can be obtained from or sent along with every copy of a Standard definition or translation. These requirements can forbid an implementing work the claim of implementation and/or restrict it to claim only a partial implementation of the Standard if some, all or any of the requirements are not met. If not enough requirements were met by the implementing work to claim an implementation or to claim a full implementation of the Standard, neither the implementing work nor its producers, copyright holders or developers may verbally or in written form claim to have implemented the Standard or to have fully implemented the Standard accordingly. However, this does in no way restrict the implementing work of using the Standard. It only restricts the written or verbal claim to have implemented the Standard or to have fully implemented the Standard (or to “use the Standard” as it implies the correct implementation of the Standard).
In the simplest form the Publisher forbids an implementing work the claim of implementation if the Standard has not been fully implemented. If no collection of requirements have been added, any work implementing the Standard in any way, form or to any extent can claim to have done so.
While someone who implements the Standard or offers support concerning the Standard may charge a fee for his work, the Standard itself is free and open and therefore no fees may be charged for a Standard definition or translation according to section 3.
The first Publisher of the Standard is the individual or organization who licensed the Standard under this License or, if the Standard is a Fork of another covered work, the individual or organization who created the Fork. The Publisher is the only one who can release another version of the Standard under the same name without further permission, the only one who can release new Standard definitions or approximate translations as new Standard definitions for the Standard without further permission, and the only one allowed granting permission to do so to others. The Publisher is not necessarily the copyright holder of the covered work or parts of the covered work.
The Publisher may transfer the Publisher rights to any other individual or organization thereby loosing the Publisher rights since there can only be one Publisher of the Standard at any given moment. The Publisher rights can also be inherited by an individual or organization according to the applicable law. The Publisher may collect a fee or any other kind of reward or service according to applicable law in return for the transfer of the Publisher rights or for the development of a new version of the Standard.
The Publisher may mandate a third party with the development of a new version of the Standard, but this does not automatically include the permission to publish this new version by the mandated party.
The Publisher of the Standard may also distribute the Standard but does not have to do so.
Anyone may modify the Standard but only the Publisher can release a modified version under the name of the Standard or grant permission to do so. A modified version falls under the same terms and conditions as the work it’s based on and is automatically covered by this License. If you distribute a modified version you have to keep intact or, as far as required by this license, add all notices in accordance with section 3.
If you incorporate a part of the Standard into another standard the resulting work is applicable to this License as a modified work and is henceforth covered by this License. Any license under which the other standard may be licensed must not conflict with the terms and conditions of this License or permit you to relicense or additionally license the modified work under this License according to section 8 or you may not incorporate any part of the Standard at all.
A translation of a Standard definition does not result in a modified Standard. See section 2 for translations of Standard definitions.
A modified work which is published or distributed by anyone else but the Publisher or without permission by the Publisher to be released under the name of the Standard becomes a Fork of the work it is based on. If the Publisher of the Standard releases a modified version under a new name this modified version also becomes a Fork of the work it is based on. Since a Standard can incorporate more than one covered work it could also be a Fork of multiple works.
The Fork has to be distributed under a new name which clearly differs from the name of the work it is based on or any other work licensed under the Open Standard License for which the modifying party is not the Publisher. Changing just the version number or versioning code is not enough. However, a Publisher can grant the modifying party the right to publish it under the name of a standard for which the Publisher posses the publishing rights.
A distributed Fork has to list all covered works which are incorporated into the Fork in some way or on which the Fork is based on. Only the names of those Standards have to be listed, not their versioning or Publisher. The list or a notice indicating where to find this list has to be added to every definition and translation of the Fork. If it is impossible to add such a list or notice to a definition or translation without corrupting it, you have to add it to every location (webpage, office, etc.) from where the definition or translation can be obtained from or send it along with every copy of it.
The individual or organization who modified the work automatically becomes the Publisher of that Fork. If one and the same individual or organization owns the Publisher rights to multiple covered works it may handle, use and transfer those Publisher rights individually.
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A copyright holder of the Standard isn’t necessarily the Publisher or a Distributer of the Standard. However, if the copyright holder is the one who licenses his work under this License, he also becomes the first Publisher of the covered work.
In the following two paragraphs, a "patent license" is any express agreement or commitment, however denominated, not to enforce a patent (such as an express permission to practice a patent or covenant not to sue for patent infringement). To "grant" such a patent license to a party means to make such an agreement or commitment not to enforce a patent against the party.
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If you develop a new standard, and you want it to be of the greatest possible use to the public, the best way to achieve this is to make it an open standard which everyone can redistribute and change under the terms of this License.
To do so, attach the following notice to a Standard definition or the location where a Standard definition can be obtained from according to section 3. A Standard definition should, if technically possible, at least have the "Publisher" line and a pointer to where the full notice is found. If there is more than one copyright holder, for example due to the copyright of different parts of the Standard being held by different people or organizations, please list them one after the other in the copyright line or at the part of which they hold the copyright of.
<standard name> <standard version number/coding> Publisher <year> <name of publisher> Copyright <year> <name of copyright holder>, <year> <name of copyright holder> This standard is an open standard: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the Open Standard License as published by Markus Szumovski, either version 1.2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This standard is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ANY IMPLEMENTING WORK. See the Open Standard License for more details. You should have received a copy of the Open Standard License along with this Standard definition. If not, see http://www.openstandardlicense.org
Also add information on how to contact the Publisher, in most scenarios this is you, by electronic and paper mail.
If your Standard is based on, incorporates or is a Fork of another standard or parts of another standard covered by this License, add the name of that standard as well as all the predecessor standards already listed by that standard to the notice in a fashion as follows.
This standard is based on the following standards <name of standard A>, <name of standard B>, <name of standard C>
See section 7 for more information on standards based on other standards.
While encouraged to do so, an implementing work does not have to make any notice of its use of the standard. See section 4 for more information on implementing work.
You should also get your employer or school, if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the Standard, if necessary. For more information on this, and how to apply and follow the Open Standard License, see http://openstandardlicense.org