[CentOS-docs] License for Wiki Content - LAST CALL

Rodrigo Barbosa rodrigob at darkover.org
Sat Apr 21 03:28:11 UTC 2007

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On Fri, Apr 20, 2007 at 02:46:38PM +0200, Ralph Angenendt wrote:
> Okay, this will never come to an end otherwise:
> I would like to use <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/> as
> the license for the complete content of the wiki.
> The content on the wiki is *NOT* licensed at all at the moment.
> So this call goes out to *ALL* people who have already contributed to
> the wiki:
> Is it okay with you to use this license for your content on the wiki?


> If yes: Say yes (and tell us which page you contributed content to).

Hummm, should not be hard to find. Something about the X keyboard
and dead keys, mostly. And that release-notes translation. I think
that covers it, even tho I might be wrong. Not sure if it were 2, 3 or
4 pages total. In any case, in all sincerity, I really don't care what
license you choose, as long as you choose one.

> If no: Say no (and tell us which page you contributes content to).
> I know that there are some contributors not on this mailing list, I will
> contact them separately *after* I got some responses from you.
> Please answer *as soon* as possible, because if you do not answer, I
> have to assume that you are *against* this license.
> So keep the responses rolling in!
> Cheers,
> Ralph

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