James M Snell wrote:
let me know if this is an improvement
Hard to judge, now that I know what it's supposed to
do it's "obvious"... :-) I think it's clearer now:
Jane's feed is "by+nc", the example entry is "by", and
so a commercial service can copy this entry as long as
the author (Jane) is credited.
If that's correct I got it. Unrelated minor point, you
have "MUST NOT contain more than one with the same
combination of href and type attribute values."
Is that the same as "more than one license relation with
the same combination of href and type attribute values
is pointless" ? If yes you could eliminate the MUST NOT.
...or maybe not, I just see that RFC 4287 has a similar
MUST NOT about rel="alternate" (that's even the default
RFC 4287 states that the IANA registry should be BELOW
http://www.iana.org/assignments/relation/ , it's now IN
I wonder if I should change rel="bookmark" to rel="self"
on ordinary Web pages.
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