We'll still want to mark "fair use" materials as such and cite all
-- brion vibber (brion @
Marco Krohn was kind enough to email RMS on this fair
>While discussing (on the mailing list
>usage of "fair use" images/music a lengthy discussion came up if it is
>compatible with GFDL to use "fair use" images at all.
If the use of these images is truly fair use, then
it is ok
regardless of what license you use for your work.
Whether this use of the images is truly fair use, that I don't know.
>This is surely covered by the "fair
use" right of the United States, but is
>the resulting article including the citation still compatible with GFDL?
Yes. I don't think there is really an issue
Additionally, RMS doesn't seem to think we need to rely at all on the
aggregation argument, and finds that aspect of things confusing.
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