Your wish for attribution comes at a monetory cost so the difference is
negligible. They want their reward for the creation for IP and so do you.
2009/2/3 Michael Peel <email(a)mikepeel.net>
On 3 Feb 2009, at 21:39, Gerard Meijssen wrote:
The change of the license will happen not only for Wikipedia but
projects as I understand things.
The change of license can only apply to wiki-created GFDL works,
which does not apply to the images. They will remain with their
When you do not like the notion that in real life
people want a clean
print, you will find that your legalistic approach hardly survives
world. There are people who like their jeans with labels. I remove
them if I
can. In a way you take the position of the RIAA.
You still buy the jeans with labels attached; it's up to you if you
remove them later.
The RIAA's stance is completely different to mine. They want you to
pay money (preferably repeatedly); I only care about attribution.
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