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Sun, 17 Aug 2014 10:11:34 +0200
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my name is Marco Bresciani. I'm an Italian software developer and
architect, always been involved with old-style desktop development (Java, C,
I'm now studying web technologies (it's about time!) and, since I've always
reference page and the instructions
create free JS inside web pages, so that LibreJS may recognize it.
So, I've created a footer tag in my web page, containing the string
as specified by the instructions (I've added a ".html" extension to the
Anyway, I'm also concerned that this line above does not pass the HTML5
validation as described in http://validator.nu site.
The error message I see is:
Error: Bad value jslicense for attribute rel on element a: The string
jslicense is not a registered keyword.
From line 47, column 9; to line 47, column 57
and, looking at the HTML5 standard
(http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/links.html#linkTypes), I can see that "jslicense"
is not an allowed type, while "license" is.
My question is: have you considered this? Is it possible, to comply to free
software rules, to keep the "license" rel instead of "jslicense"? Will LibreJS
identify my scripts as free?
Are there other possible solutions to fullfill both free software and HTML5
Thank you very much,
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