a lot of sites discovered Wikipedia as a useful source for teasers (not new) but there are more and more $$$-companies offering full text contents of Wikipedia.
Consequently readers won't see our banners and readers of the "original" are bugged with donation requests. I think this is an undesirable situation. Any plans how we can address this issue? Should the terms of service for big consumers be amended to, let's say add the requirement of displaying a donation requests when e.g. advised to do so through API? Is it possible at all of a charity organization? Will the OPS team be able to block requests from sites not complying?
Currently most of the big re-users add links to "edit wikipedia" out of courtesy (and inside articles because they are too lazy to remove them) and they might decide not do so if we are going to add usage restrictions...
Just raising this as some services start to advertise "a better Wikipedia experience". Perhaps not a big issue as of now but I fear in future.