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Mon Jan 19 21:31:31 UTC 2009

> Are you basically replacing the GFDL on Wikipedia with CC-BY-SA?
>     No, we proposed that all content currently available under GFDL will also be made available under the CC-BY-SA license, and that all future revisions must be dual licensed, with the exception of CC-BY-SA-only additions from external sources. 

When I look at the updated and [[meta:Licensing
update/Implementation]] page I see that site footer only states that the
text is licensed under the "Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike

No mention anymore of the good old GNU/FDL.

Yes, there is the phrase;
"additional terms may apply. See Terms of Use for details."

But is that not a weasley way of saying it is actually dual-licensed and
also GNU/FDL?

That is not very Wikipedia style.

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