I would recommend contacting them for that email@example.com
Here is an email conversation I had with Jeff Sedlick (President & CEO) last year that you (and others) might find informative. He responded directly to me when I used that address:
In addition to the XMP format, I would like to know if there is an automated way to also put a PLUS license into a readable paragraph format for placing on an estimate or quote, or embedding in the IPTC rights field? Thank you.
While I believe that a number of applications will add the ability to place the PLUS rights description in paragraph form, we would advise avoiding it. The IPTC rights field and other free-text rights descriptions very often lead to misunderstandings, and also prohibits automated translation into the language of the person viewing the image (especially important when images will be viewed on the web). In a paragraph, a misplaced comma or misused “and” or “or” can drastically affect the meaning of the text. PLUS was developed to solve this problem and to get away from paragraphs. For this exact reason, IPTC is endorsing PLUS (they are a PLUS member) as the means of communicating and managing rights metadata.
PLUS xmp metadata will be viewable in all of the applications commonly used by photographers and their clients. Just like IPTC. Unlike IPTC, PLUS has been built from the ground up by a collaboration between artists, stock agencies and clients, and will be permanently controlled by this diverse coalition (rather than the newspaper publishers).
The future version of the PLUS reader tool will allow output of a rights statement in printable format, with the various information in separate fields.
Your participation and membership in PLUS will help the Coalition to achieve its goals and to support the future of the photography profession.
Thanks for your message and for your interest in PLUS.
Thanks for the response... makes sense. And also, thank you for all you (and everyone else) have done to bring PLUS to the end user. I feel the industry is in dire need of standards like this.
I will need to take the PLUS licenses though and put them into a paragraph form for placing on my estimates, stock quotes, and invoices. Do you recommend just doing this manually for now using the information created by the license generator?
Yes – however after the integration of PLUS in various 3rd party software, we suggest a migration away from using paragraphs on estimates, invoices and stock quotes. The sooner the better.
For example, a format like this will eliminate the confusion caused by free-text descriptions, and is easy to implmement:
Duration: 1 Year
License Start Date: January 1, 2008
License End Date: December 31, 2008