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OrthodoxWiki talk:Copyrights

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::According to [ this version] of the copyrights page, it seems that OrthodoxWiki used to use CC by-sa as the default license, not CC by-nc-sa as the current page says. Is there something I'm missing? Obviously, this is pretty important: in my view (as a Wikipedia admin & user familiar with copyrights there), it's okay to reuse material there licensed under the CC by-sa license, but not the CC by-nc-sa. CC by-sa is not the same as the GFDL, but they are similar, in that the GFDL doesn't add any restrictions incompatible with the freedoms in CC by-sa, and that the GFDL maintains all the restrictions required by CC by-sa. CC by-nc-sa, however, is a different story. Is there a reason for the change? It happened right around when the licensing policy was changed to the current dual-license thing. [ Mangojuice] 06:50, April 25, 2007 (PDT)
:Hi MangoJuice, good to see you here too. You've made a good catch and it took me a moment to figure it out. The problem is that the [[Template:Cc]] page was updated (check out it's history). Sadly, were were using by-sa-nc prior to November 2005. We made the changes exactly for the reasons you mentioned. Hope that helps! — [[User:FrJohn|<b>FrJohn</b>]] ([ talk])
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