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standards become public domain once incorporated into law. why not to begin with? e.g. @microformats @WHATWG. Re: https://www.eff.org/press/releases/publicresourceorg-prevails-free-speech-case-over-publishing-safety-standards

Previously, previously, previously:
* 2011-06-17: 10 Practices for Good Open Web Standards Development: tantek.com/2011/168/b1/practices-good-open-web-standards-development
* 2011-05-06: tantek.com/2011/126/t1/htmlwg-preferred-html5-licenses-mit-cc0-over-w3c
* 2010-10-08: What is the Open Web: tantek.com/2010/281/b1/what-is-the-open-web
* 2008-01-01: Open as possible means public domain plus a strong community: tantek.com/log/2008/01.html#d01t1946
* 2007-12-19: Making open standards as open as possible — required public domain licensing of all microformats wiki contributions: microformats.org/2007/12/29/making-open-standards-as-open-as-possible

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