On 3/2/06, Jim <trodel(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The only way the high quality can be assured, and
wikipedia can stay
reputable (with the press penchant for negative stories) is to clearly
identify what is the original source "wikimedia foundation"
data/information/articles and what is not.
But the information in question *is* original source wikimedia
foundation data/information/articles. However, the Wikimedia
trademarks, at least in theory (IANAL), disallow someone from making
It may be original source now, but how does wikimedia foundation make sure
that it continues to be?
One way is through control of their trademark.