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Hello , I have made a revision to add my software to conversion from comics image to Epub validated file . Yesterday I have made a mistake ( first time in wikipedia ) and added the link to my website . Of course you have deleted the entry and I understand the policy so nothing to tell.

Today I have reedited the page and inserted only the name of the software with no link or other . This is the code I have added | Comics2Reader || Windows || Conversion tool for comics. Freeware. |- As you can see the entry have no link , minimal description and not have any kind of advertise or promotion . Only the software name and is purpose . Comics2Reader convert from comics image to Epub. Is freeware .Have a purpose different from every other editor in the list 'til now .

I don't understand why is the last entry was deleted . Can someone tell me what is the rule of wikipedia I've breaked this time ?

Thanks in advance Mauro


The article states that the standard is free and open. I note that the specification is copyrighted, but I do not find any information about a license for the standard. Is there a license? If not, how does one know that it is free and open? Fotoguzzi (talk) 07:00, 22 March 2012 (UTC)

I also cannot find any licensing information on IDPF's website. I assume because the standard is based on the old Open Book format and used 3 open standards in epub 2.0 people assume it's open. It seems very strange to me. --Fozz Dog (talk) 19:57, 23 April 2012 (UTC)
EPUB is a technical standard, but it isn't either a free standard or an open standard. According to wikipedia's own definitions: users of a free standard have the same four freedoms associated with free software, but since EPUB is copyrighted with a statement of no-redistribution of changes, it doesn't allow for the four freedoms. As for open standard, well, I can concede that it really depends on which definition you want to go with (from wikipedia's on page, "there is no single definition and interpretations vary with usage"). Some definitions (like, for eg., the Portuguese Law, which follows a slight variant of FSFE's definition) include a clause that says that it must be "without any components or extensions that have dependencies on formats or protocols that do not meet the definition of an Open Standard themselves", which doesn't happen on EPUB, since it allows the inclusion of any DRM scheme (including any that isn't an Open Standard). So, while under some definitions EPUB might be an open standard, it isn't under others, so it wouldn't be correct to state it is an open standard (unless we're saying definitions like FSFE's are incorrect). — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 23:49, 28 September 2016 (UTC)

article's text error[edit]

at v3 criticisms say "... lack of support for equations formatted as MathML" then say "Support for MathML is included in the EPUB 3.0 specification."


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