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Plaintext in multiple languages on the licenses #731

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little-wow opened this Issue Jan 5, 2018 · 2 comments

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little-wow commented Jan 5, 2018

Permit plaintext in other languages beside English: https://twitter.com/matti_sg/status/949150404662648832

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I'm fine with this so long as the plain text versions are limited to official translations of 4.0. We could rollout the plain text version every time we launch a new translation. I'd want to give more thought to doing this for pre-4.0 versions of the license. @little-wow @robmyers What do you think?

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peterspdx commented Jan 5, 2018

I'm fine with this so long as the plain text versions are limited to official translations of 4.0. We could rollout the plain text version every time we launch a new translation. I'd want to give more thought to doing this for pre-4.0 versions of the license. @little-wow @robmyers What do you think?

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We should be able to extract the text with Pandoc. Then we'd have to double check that it matches the html. And after that we'd need to update the web server config to find and serve the files properly. So doing this for 4.0 first would allow us to make sure that this all works.

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robmyers commented Jan 5, 2018

We should be able to extract the text with Pandoc. Then we'd have to double check that it matches the html. And after that we'd need to update the web server config to find and serve the files properly. So doing this for 4.0 first would allow us to make sure that this all works.

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