Yes, one of my grave defects is love of stirring up trouble.
I hope you can see, apart from the fun we are having, that anyone who logs
on to the French Wikipedia, not just Anthere, can edit your article. I
sympathise with your view that you should be able to maintain the integrity
of your article and in most publishing situations you could, (like fun) but
where you are you can't due to the GNU copyright (which by publishing on
Wikipedia you have implicitly agreed to). I hope this clarifies the
From: Anthere <anthere6(a)yahoo.com>
Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2003 03:09:37 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Re: [Wikitech-l] Re: The New French Editor and edit war
--- Fred Bauder <fredbaud(a)ctelco.net> wrote:
> It is established policy to divide any article over
> 30kb since some browsers
> won't edit pages over that length. This is a settled
> Fred Bauder
I feel like choking Fred....
After several reversion (I should mention that I made
a couple of light (non controversial) edits to the
resulting articles (headings, better titles, links and
such), so I would not really appreciate that my
changes are removed just because we disagree on the
division of the page.
The last comment put in the comment box by Vincent
while reverting was
----- his comment
Dernier avertissement. Ensuite, je serais d?sol? de le
faire, mais apposerai mon copyright sur cette page
(les documents m'attribuant la paternit? de son
contenu ?tant ? c?t? de moi).
Last warning. Next time, I will be sorry to do it, but
I will add my copyright on this page (the documents I
have just next to me attribute me the paternity of its
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