NamesList.txt as data source

Janusz S. Bien jsbien at
Wed Mar 30 12:18:42 CDT 2016

Quote/Cytat - Andrew West <andrewcwest at> (Tue 29 Mar 2016  
06:15:15 PM CEST):

> On 29 March 2016 at 16:19, Janusz S. Bień <jsbien at> wrote:
>> > All documents submitted to WG2 and to L2 by individuals are copyright
>> > of the author(s) of the document.  Documents do not need to carry a
>> > copyright notice to have copyright, and submitting the documents to
>> > Unicode Consortium and/or ISO does not affect the copyright status of
>> > documents.
>> >
>> >>
>> Do you happen to know an analogical link for the ISO submissions? I was
>> unable to find one quickly.
> ISO/IEC Directives Part 1 (6th ed., 2015)
> <>
> Section 2.13:
> <quote>
> In ISO and IEC, there is an understanding that original material
> contributed to become a part of an ISO,
> IEC or ISO/IEC publication can be copied and distributed within the
> ISO and/or IEC systems (as relevant)
> as part of the consensus building process, this being without
> prejudice to the rights of the original
> copyright owner to exploit the original text elsewhere. Where material
> is already subject to copyright,
> the right should be granted to ISO and/or IEC to reproduce and
> circulate the material. This is frequently
> done without recourse to a written agreement, or at most to a simple
> written statement of acceptance.
> Where contributors wish a formal signed agreement concerning copyright
> of any submissions they
> make to ISO and/or IEC, such requests must be addressed to ISO Central
> Secretariat or the IEC Central
> Office, respectively.
> </quote>
> Andrew

Thanks again!


Prof. dr hab. Janusz S. Bień -  Uniwersytet Warszawski (Katedra  
Lingwistyki Formalnej)
Prof. Janusz S. Bień - University of Warsaw (Formal Linguistics Department)
jsbien at, jsbien at,

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