[Foundation-l] What's wrong with CC-BY-SA?

Anthony wikimail at inbox.org
Mon Dec 3 21:57:44 UTC 2007

On Dec 3, 2007 1:48 PM, George Herbert <george.herbert at gmail.com> wrote:
> Where do you stand on the question of commercial Wikipedia mirror sites
> having non-GFDL content on pages, such as ads and any additional information
> they may chose to create and release?
> What's so different from that (existing, well accepted) practice and letting
> someone take your illustration and use it in a book?
> If you want NC, then you should say so, but it's not consistent with how we
> use GFDL on the project now...
If the GFDL could reach as far as forcing mirror sites to use
GFDL-licensed ads, that'd be fine with me, and I don't want NC.

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