--- Erik Moeller <erik_moeller(a)gmx.de> wrote:
> -+- Erik Moeller <erik_moeller(a)gmx.de> wrote:
don't think we should exclude fair use material that could not
> be used in a copy of Wikipedia that is sold for profit. I think we
> should flag it, but I see no reason to exclude it.
The reason is that we want to produce a freely
Exactly. *Freely* distributable and modifiable. ;-)
Yes that's pretty funny. You have already made clear that you interpret
"the free encyclopedia" as "free-for-noncommercial-use". The intended
and understood interpretation however has always been "GNU-free".
[[Wikipedia:copyrights]] says "free-as-in-free-software", which by
anybody's definition (FSF, OSI, Debian) does not include mere
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