Re: Projects without >FDL1.2 migration clause
On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 3:32 AM, Florence Devouard <Anthere9@...> wrote:
> Erik Moeller wrote:
> > I'm breaking this out under a new subject because it merits some attention
> > On 4/6/08, Milos Rancic <millosh@...> wrote:
> >> - Some projects (I think all francophone, but I am not sure) are using
> >> strictly GFDL 1.2. It is not because they are generally not willing to
> >> switch to CC-BY-SA, but because of legal implications of "... or any
> >> later version..." in their countries.
> > That's a very relevant claim that I haven't heard before. If this is
> > true, it would obviously pose problems for those projects no matter
> > what future changes we'd like to see to our licensing structure.
> > Can someone confirm? If there is more than one project/language, we
> > should begin building a list.
> > If this is true, we could probably use the "protest if you object"
> > process proposed by Mike a while ago for these projects. It would be
> > painful if there's a substantial number of users who object to a
> > license change, but may become necessary.
> I just checked one. The French wikiversity is indeed under 1.2
> Best to forward this to the french speaking wikipedia list.
> Sous quelle licence sont les projets francophones ? 1.2 ? Ou 1.2 et
> versions ultérieures ?