On 10/17/06, geni <geniice(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 10/17/06, George Herbert
As I have said elsewhere, though it's
currently Wikifashionable to stay
pseudonymous, in the long term I expect that people will accept this and get
over it, and start using real names more consistently.
That would have the downside of lengthening the copyright terms on the
stuff we produce.
How is that a downside (in practical terms, anyways)? Anybody who
wishes to PD their contributions can already do so, and Wikipedia aims
to be free-content, not necessarily public domain.