No Wikipedia contributions are copyrighted. By pressing that little "Save
page" button, you submit every single one of your contributions liscensed
under the GFDL. That means anyone (yes, anyone) can use what you wrote, as
long as they follow the licensing rules. Wikipedia using your work isn't
"theft"; it's free. Let me quote from the bottom of the page in the
page" view, which you saw every time you edited a page.:
DO NOT SUBMIT COPYRIGHTED WORK WITHOUT PERMISSION!
- All contributions to any page on Wikipedia are released under the
GNU Free Documentation License (see
- *If you do not want your writing to be edited mercilessly and
redistributed at will, do not submit it.*
- By submitting your work you promise you wrote it yourself, or
copied it from public
*not* include most web pages.
Furthermore, now that you have been banned, you have no rights on
is the simple fact. By the ruling of the administration, you
are not welcome to edit on Wikipedia. See [[WP:BAN]]. We don't need any
other evidence posted on your talk page; your legal threats and personal
attacks stored forever in the page history stand for themselves. And yes, we
are in the habit of "suppressing" trolls on Wikipedia. That's how we keep
writing a free encyclopedia for every single person in the world.
On 8/31/05, MAURICE FRANK <megaknee(a)btopenworld.com> wrote:
and now that this fine-sounding investigation has
proved that innocent users get penalty decisions
slapped on them dictatorially on the spot without any
that means you are using stolen writing on article
pages. Any writing you keep there, that comes
originally from a wronged user. By not having any
properly applied rules and denying that a user right
to them exists, you cease to have any claim that
former contributions from those users are agreed not
to be copyright, and it is an act of ideas theft not
to remove every word. Remember all those copyright
worries you've been writing about in the Nazi topic?
This is further to them.
By a user whose talk page has just been locked to stop
me continuing to post onto it links to evidence of
unjust processes. It is a completely open act, that
anyone can see online, of suppression of evidence, and
done by one of the same admins whose actions were
originally involved in my case: Redwolf24. He openly
writes that if talk pages are used for protest instead
of for begging "to make us want" to unblock you, they
should be locked. I have saved a copy of the page in
case it gets totally deleted. Now, A Nony Mouse and
Skyring and anyone else interested in these things,
hurry up to look at Usertalk:Tern and record this.
Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2005 17:41:24 -0500
From: "A. Nony Mouse" <mousyme(a)gmail.com>
Subject: [WikiEN-l] Re: Exercises in social
On 8/10/05, A. Nony Mouse
Yes, I'll admit now. I'll own up. I violated
[[WP:POINT]] in an
Amazing for one reason, that is.
You see, my little social experiment, which was
just to see how Wikipedia's elites actually
bore more fruit
than I can count.
... So much so that
actual procedures for dispute resolution were
attempted to contact them. They went straight
RFC into a quick RFAR.
And then of course there were no less than SIX
innocent users who got
drawn in. Yep, that's right. I didn't
anything with the
situation, save for calling for leniency when it
user was caught up in it.
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