The only information that can be changed post-vote is the status, approval
date, document URIs, and the corresponding info in the running footer.
No changes should be made to any of the boilerplate text.
Note that there are potentially some issues related to namespaces that are
currently under discussion at the sca-assembly TC; other concerns may be
addressed by the liaison subcommittee.
From: Anish Karmarkar [mailto:Anis...@oracle.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2008 1:30 PM
To: Mary McRae
Subject: Question about copyright notice in the boilerplate
I'm one of the editors for the SCA J TC. We are considering approving
the 1st CD next week and have the draft ready. Two questions regarding
1) My understanding is that the metadata related to the spec can be
changed *after* the CD is approved by the TC. By metadata, I mean the
status, URLs etc on page 1 and the footers. Is that correct? What about
the 'Notice' on page 3?
2) Could you also tell us what year should be used in the copyright notice?
Copyright C OASISR 2007,8. All Rights Reserved. OR
Copyright C OASISR 2008. All Rights Reserved. OR
In our case, we made the initially "working drafts" publicly available
on the TC's website (by uploaded the docs to the 'document' section) in
2007, but we are approving the 1st CD in 2008. We have not made anything
available on the docs.oasis-open.org website in 2007.