Robert Hornung writes:
BTW, who says that parts of Wikipedia haven't been
national copyright registration agencies (like the Library of
Show me some of those registrations, then. I'd be happy to admit I'm
mistaken about this, if I am.
And I think I could come up with a market value of
some of this
vs. its diminished value due to ignoring GFDL requirements. That it
wouldn't be easy is true, but it is not wise to assume no value to
No one is assuming the content is of no value. But I don't know of
any caselaw anywhere in which wiki edits or additions, otherwise
offered for free, have been valued in a court proceeding. Perhaps you
can provide citations?