If it's only for Wikimedia copyrighted logos/files, you have my support.

2011/2/1 Teofilo <teofilowiki@gmail.com>
2011/2/1 Teofilo <teofilowiki@gmail.com>:
> 2011/2/1 David Gerard <dgerard@gmail.com>:
>> On 1 February 2011 08:59, Alex Brollo <alex.brollo@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 2011/2/1 Alex Brollo <alex.brollo@gmail.com>
>> There would be a push to expand it to fair use. I would call this a
>> bad idea myself. Fair use should stay deprecated IMO, not encouraged
>> with a central repository.
> I think it is better to create a separate horror museum so that people
> wanting to create monsters can have their cake and eat it. I am aghast
> to see hybrid monsters with a free body and an unfree head being
> uploaded on Commons, and Commons having no clear rule against those.
> At least Commons will be freed from such Frankenstein creatures.

"Share alike" means "thou shalt not create a hybrid monster". But
people fail to see this, because at present allrightsreserved and free
contents are too close to each other on the same Commons website.

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