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It's nice that your first day participating has you so involved in policy issues already! --Evan 15:50, 17 Nov 2004 (EST)
- I don't know what the future holds, but I have recently become active in copyright policy on the English Wikipedia, and the rambot articles could conceivably be interesting enough to use on WikiTravel in some form or another, so I have been working to dual-license those articles into the CC-by-sa v.1.0 license. People travel to cities, so if the city articles can be copied/used from the English Wikipedia, that may be helpful. -- Ram-Man 16:12, 17 Nov 2004 (EST)
So, one thing to get clear: you can't re-license someone else's copylefted work under a new license. So, your dual license can only apply to work you start yourself. Please see Wikitravel:dual licensing for advice on how to do this. --Evan 15:59, 17 Nov 2004 (EST)
- No, I do understand this. What I am suggesting is that all NEW edits and contributions be dual-licensed under version 1.0 and version 2.0 of the license. All OLD edits cannot be migrated to 2.0 unless explicit permission is given. -- Ram-Man 16:09, 17 Nov 2004 (EST)
- See my discussion on the copyleft page. After reading your explanation, mandatory dual-licensing may not work out. And I'd rather discuss it there than here. -- Ram-Man 16:51, 17 Nov 2004 (EST)