PETER!?

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Hey Peter...

I've added a GNU Free Documentation License and provided a link at the bottom of homepage, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, formal sciences, and Professions & Applied Sciences ... http://youcanneverbetoosmart.synthasi...
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Donald

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Peter

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It's good Donald. Well done. You need to copy and paste:




Filled in with date and your name and paste it just after the title page.

And your done.

Check your older insertions and just make sure that these comply.

Congratulations.
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I was confused by that. The way it's written makes it seem its for a book. What's considered the title PAGE? Because if Humanities is the title page, then I DID post a link at the bottom of that page and all other TITLE PAGES!?
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Yes. humanities would be a title page. You do need to post that particular section on the following page and I would suggest nothing else on the title page. (other than the title)

The license is for many medium so I guess a book is the most restrictive and gives it that look.

Throw the big license document into its own section "GNU Free Documentation License" and place a menu tab to it. I think then you've covered everything.

A new pasting for each Title on the following page..

I'm probably repeating what you've already said Donald. i'm sorry. just a bit tired now.
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well... wouldn't the GNU Free Documentation License be considered "The Page AFTER the Title Page"?
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The title page should only have the Title on it. No other stuff.
The next page will be where you paste the license that you've filled in

You could probably put your sub headings on this page as well.
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and how would people get to this page?
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Donald

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wikipedia doesn't have these pages with only the title on it.
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No. They don't have to comply with the rules they set. These are the terms of the license for other users. Their terms with contributors would be quite different. I've never written for Wiki and I haven't explored their terms wrt writers. I suspect that they offer a guarantee of acknowledgement something like a creative commons. just guessing.
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you do know that the GNU Free Documentation License WAS NOT written by wikipedia right? Any rules I have to abide by are the same for wikipedia... they didn't set the rules in that GNU... another service/company did. So if they don't have a separate title page, then neither do I... either that... or BOTH of us are not in compliance... and I doubt a large site like wikipedia would not be in compliance.
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oh its great use copy scape also from http://www.infoshare.synthasite.com - to make money in online without investment
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Nice good work,
Remember!
You can never be too smart!
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Donald

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lol, yea :).... I know EVERYTHING...

Donald, wake up, wake up, you must've been dreaming, you said you know everything. oh, sorry...