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Since I noticed the HTML5 and CSS specification are copyrighted, I would like to get permission to do the following:
- summarize the HTML5 specification into basically
- a list of tags,
- whether they are open/close or singletons, and
- the list of attributes, including the possible values of the attributes
I wanted to post this on my web site for personal use for for everybody else's benefit. I don't know if I would ever publish a book on it, I don't think I would be the type to do that. but I like writing web pages and making text
files that I can distribute (for the purpose of improving programmer's text editors like notepad++, or anything that might use this, etc.).
I don't know if I would be allowed to copyright the web page or not, and what the requirements would be for me to publish such a web page.