On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 12:18 AM, Erik Moeller <erik(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
2008/4/30 Jesse Martin (Pathoschild)
This is difficult. For example, the Extremaduran
project has been edited by 34 users, some of which are inactive.
This won't be necessary. Existing incubator content _can_ remain under
FDL only. New edits to the wikis that are being set up right now have
to have the "will agree to the possibility of migration" clause.
Erik, I needed a lot of time to understand what are you saying. So,
I'll try to explain it to others:
A clause for migration from GFDL 1.3 to CC-BY-SA 3.x/whatever will be
applied only to wikis started before some date. This date is obviously
before the present.
So, this applies to all existing projects, except to new ones; which
includes Incubator, too.
Contributors should *state* that their work may be used under the
terms under CC-BY-SA 3.0 (or any later) *in the case* of switching
from GFDL to CC-BY-SA.
This means that they are able to freely translate anything from any
GFDL project, as well as the project will be licensed under GFDL until
I hope that I explained the main part of misunderstanding.