[Translators-l] New Wikimedia licensing terms ready to translate
erik at wikimedia.org
Fri Jun 26 01:08:58 UTC 2009
2009/6/25 Seb35 <seb35wikipedia at gmail.com>:
> * Why is there no mention to the GFDL in the site footnote?
GFDL only applies to a subset of articles which don't incorporate
CC-BY-SA-only materials, and in order to understand when it
We're very conscious of how much space is taken up by legalese, so
we've decided to stick to a minimal approach for the site footer.
> * What about the localized versions of CC-BY-SA? like
> <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.fr> by language
> and <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.fr_CA> by
> language and country
You're free to link to official CC translations of the _unported_
CC-BY-SA license, like these above URLs.
> translators) or is there some plan to translate it on the WMF site
> (either by non-professionnal volunteers or professionnal certified
> translators) ? because I think this page has some legal value.
The best page to translate is this:
It includes instructions for project communities on how to exactly
adapt and localize (both in a regional sense and a project sense) the
page are already in progress.
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