[OpenSCAD] New 3MF file format
bobcousins42 at googlemail.com
Wed May 27 05:28:21 EDT 2015
The DRM relevant features of the spec are all optional, the only required
part is the 3D model. So I think a conformant implementation need not
process any DRM.
I understand there is great suspicion of Microsoft, but in my reading 3MF
is a genuinely open spec, there are no strings attached. It actually makes
clear it is royalty free, unlike AMF. It also can be freely downloaded,
unlike AMF which costs $49 and you have to agree to inspection of your
premises and computer systems by a third party to ensure you are complying
with the copyright (i.e. not made ANY copies), otherwise the agreement is
cancelled and you must destroy all copies.
Personally I find it a lot easier to implement 3MF than AMF.
On 27 May 2015 at 08:02, frankv <drifter.frank at gmail.com> wrote:
> A skim through http://bit.ly/1KqwpFU suggests that the "royalty-free
> license" requires a "conformant application" to be produced, and I have no
> doubt that "conformant" will require DRM, so that a 3MF derivative without
> DRM would be subject to lawsuits and monetization.
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