[Foundation-l] Board meeting in Rotterdam later this week

Marco Chiesa chiesa.marco at gmail.com
Fri Jan 12 11:13:51 UTC 2007

Łukasz Garczewski wrote:

>The English Wikipedia is actually a bad example, when it comes to
>copyright, exactly because of the fair use. If you want an example,
>see how the Polish or German Wikipedias deal with copyright. No fair
>use, no non-commercial images, strictly free content.
So, when is the English wikipedia planning to get rid of  the 
noncommercial and wikipedia-only images that are still in use. And what 
about fair use, which to me sounds like wikipedia-only but without 
asking permission?


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