On 18/08/07, Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
sentence and a half of essentially unremarkable text with no
easily identifiable author or significance. Good luck sorting out who
they ought to credit...
At the very least they could say "[Taken from
quot;. While not anywhere near enough for
GDFL compliance, it's still much better than nothing.
Would they have to recall their boxes if wikipedia decided to destroy
the contribution history and they couldn't find any way to reference
it? Can their competitors now use the same designs for their boxes if
they reference wikipedia? Seems a little farcical to talk about all
this stuff as none of GNU's licenses have been tested in court yet