On 8/22/07, Todd Allen <toddmallen(a)gmail.com> wrote:
One of those issues is that we are a
free-content project. That's not negotiable, and that's also not
happening if we scatter nonfree material all over the place. They can
and should enforce that strictly; I'd be happy myself to see them say
"The Germans got it right folks, this is the FREE encyclopedia and
nonfree content has no place here." Until and unless that should happen,
we must at least keep it to a minimum.
We've already failed in that. There's ~300 thousand non-free images on
en.wikipedia, and growing larger all the time.
Over 300.000 non-free images? I knew it was bad, but this... So close to
half of all the images on Wikipedia are non-free. Excluding Commons of
I know it is unfair but when you compare it to