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Re: Wordlist in Wiktionary
- To: Documentation and Translation <doc at arabeyes dot org>
- Subject: Re: Wordlist in Wiktionary
- From: Nadim Shaikli <shaikli at yahoo dot com>
- Date: Sat, 6 Aug 2005 08:01:04 -0700 (PDT)
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--- Isam Bayazidi <ibayazidi at gmail dot com> wrote:
> Well.. basically they are 2 different licenses, and it isn't possible to
> have the GPL Wordlist put into the GFDL Wiktionary because the 2 licenses do
> not allow freely re licencing or moving the content between the different
> licenses, approval from authors or the copyright holder is a must.
That not withstanding, what are the differences which makes they
"incompatible" and what are some of their drawbacks - in other
words what is it that you gain/lose with one vs. the other ? As
noted, I read (via google) all sorts of opinions and wanted to hear
what people on this list think and what the Wikipedia crowd believes.
Simply put - what would we lose if this GPL license became GFDL for
the sake of argument ? M.Sameer ?
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