On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 3:38 PM, Mike Godwin
said, the GFDL requires authors to be listed in "the section
History", and it clearly states that a "section "Entitled XYZ" means
subunit of the Document..."
So is current Wikipedia practice consistent with the GFDL or not?
I believe that Wikipedia practice is not consistent with the GFDL. That's
why I notified you that the WMF's right to use my content under the GFDL has
been permanently revoked.
Considering that Wikipedia practice has not changed since you made those
edits, why did you make them in the first place, only to "revoke" them
later? Do you have *any* purpose in participating in this project, and
this mailing list discussion, at all, besides trolling? Did you make
your edits in bad faith solely to give yourself an alleged cause of action?
If you'd like to sue the Wikimedia Foundation, why didn't you: 1) do so
years ago, when the alleged wrong transpired; and 2) stop harrassing the
mailing list of a project whose aims you clearly oppose and have no
interest in participating in.