[Foundation-l] Is "Wiktionary" copyright?
swatjester at gmail.com
Sun Mar 28 22:53:15 UTC 2010
I think the bigger question would be "Why did Open Democracy copy a mediawiki installation and at least some content from Wiktionary, but change the license to CC-BY-NC-ND and not credit Wiktionary on the history page?"
So in fact, I believe copyright IS at issue here.
On Mar 28, 2010, at 6:48 PM, effe iets anders wrote:
> I assume you are referring to the term trademarked rather than copyrighted.
> I suggest you contact Mike Godwin directly with this kind of questions, he
> is handling those.
> With kind regards,
> 2010/3/29 Andrew Turvey <andrewrturvey at googlemail.com>
>> Is the term "Wiktionary" copyrighted? I only ask because the OpenDemocracy
>> website has recently started a "Dictionary of Ethical Politics
>> If it is copyrighted, you may want to say something to them, or else it
>> will end up like the "hoover" - a generic term usable by anyone.
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