Re: Copyright notices. Was Re: Some general questions!

Tony Sanders (sanders@BSDI.COM)
Mon, 1 Aug 1994 21:25:31 +0200

Karl Auerbach writes:
> Copyright: Sherman Oakes, 1994
> Copyright-terms: User may make up to 50 additional copies.
> Copyright-cost: $0.10 per additional copy
> Copyright-payment-to: Copyright Clearance Center
> These lines could be formally structured to make them comprehensible
> to the user's viewer.

This is what LINK is designed for: <LINK REL="copyright" HREF="...">. If
you need additional structure for the data you can define a standard
data format and assign it a MIME type (e.g., application/x-copyright).
Servers can then automatically detect client support for that format via
the HTTP Accept: attributes.

Also, HTML LINK attributes can be exported to the HTTP header using WWW-Link: