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Except where specified, the text on the web page sites is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share License 3.0 (Unported) (CC-BY-SA).
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- 1 Editing in web page
- 2 Importing the text
- 3 Non-text files
- 4 Using web page content
- 5 Translations
Editing in web page
In order to grow the common free knowledge and free culture, all users who contribute to website projects agree to grant the general public permission to freely redistribute and reuse their contributions for any purpose, including commercial use. Such use is allowed as long as proper attribution is given and reuse and redistribution applied to any derivative work is allowed. By editing on the web page, you agree that any text you can add will have the Creative Commons Attribution-Share license under the same 3.0 license (Unported).
As an author, you agree to receive the corresponding attribution through the following ways: a) through a hyperlink (where possible) or URL to the article or articles where you contributed, b) through a hyperlink (where possible) or URL to an alternative copy, which is kept online and freely accessible, which is consistent with the license, and which credits the authors in a manner equivalent to the credit given on this website, or c) through a list of all authors. (Any list of authors should be filtered excluding very small or irrelevant contributions.)
Importing the text
If you want to import text that you have found on any other site or that you have co-authored with others, you can only do so if it is available under terms that are compatible with the CC-BY-SA license.
Those works that maintain copyright, or that are not available under this license, should not be added to the web page.
If you import the text under a license compatible with the required attributions, you must reasonably credit the author (s). Such credit is commonly given in the history of the pages (as occurs within the web page), it is enough to give the corresponding attributions in the summary of the edition, which is recorded in the history of the page, when the text is being imported.
On the web page they are mainly preferred with a free distribution or public domain license.
Media files without text should not be available under a license as in the case of text. Please see the description of the multimedia pages for the license details of any specific multimedia file.
If you are uploading files to the website, you must cite the source of the file, attributions to the authors, and add any information on copyright, where applicable. Individual communities must develop and refine requirements for file uploads.
Using web page content
Attribution example when weba page content is being reused on your own website:This article uses material from the article "Endor" from the Star Wars web page and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share License 3.0 (Unported).
Each webpage site contains information about the license that its texts have. At your own risk, you understand and adhere to this license. The text from external sources must be attributed additionally with the attribution requirements that the work described on the page has.
When reusing webpage content, which is found under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share license under the same license, you must give credit to each of the authors, including a) a hyperlink (where possible) or URL to the page or pages that are reusing the content, b) a hyperlink (where possible) or URL to an alternative copy, that is kept online and freely accessible, that is in accordance with the license, and that credits the authors in a manner equivalent to the credit given on this website, or c) a list of all authors. (Any list of authors should be filtered excluding very small or irrelevant contributions.). If you make modifications or additions to the page that you reuse, you must do so by maintaining the Creative Commons Attribution-Share license under the same 3.0 (Unported) or later license. For more information, please refer to the legal code of the CC-BY-SA license.
Non-website content (for example, emails, IRC chats, non-website forums, etc.) should not be assumed to be under this license if they do not explicitly indicate it.
These license terms should not be modified. If there is any contradiction between these terms and any translation in another language, the English version will be preferred. Links to unofficial translations will be added.
These terms are based on those of another company; the webmedia Foundation; and are used under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Share license under the same license (see authors).
For more information, you can visit the following pages on the Central weba page:
- Legal notice of weba page
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- Multiple licenses: License your own editions under CC-BY-SA and some others.