[Foundation-l] New wiki creation

Milos Rancic millosh at gmail.com
Wed Apr 30 23:18:04 UTC 2008

On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 1:10 AM, Marco Chiesa <chiesa.marco at gmail.com> wrote:
> Erik Moeller ha scritto:
> > This won't be necessary. Existing incubator content _can_ remain under
>  > FDL only. New edits to the wikis that are being set up right now have
>  > to have the "will agree to the possibility of migration" clause.
>  >
>  Does it mean that the new wikis will have some content which is
>  GFDL-only (what was created or derives from something created elsewhere)
>  and some content which is doubly licensed? Or that we just double
>  license everything because shortly it will be legal to do so? And BTW, I
>  thought contents were licensed in GFDL, not projects. If today I write
>  something (releasing under GFDL 1.2 or later) on project A created last
>  year or on project B created today, how is it possible that from project
>  A you can do GFDL 1.2 -> GFDL 1.3 -> cc-by-sa-3.0 while on project B you
>  can't, when you have released the same text under the same licence?
>  Cruccone

All wikis will be GFDL-only. Contributors of new wikis (including any
of "older" Wikimedians) just need to agree that their work may be used
under CC-BY-SA in the case of the license migration.

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