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Non-interactive Program with Affero clause seems to be more of a comment than a test case. Have you submitted your concerns to the comment system, at least?

Also, you wrote:

(Incidentally, I dual-license this text under the GPL (any version), because the current version of the GFDL has serious design flaws. All edits to this page assumed to be licensed similarly.)

The text on the submission page (and in the footer of every page on the Wiki) states:

By contributing to any page on this wiki, you agree to assign copyright for your contribution to the Free Software Foundation. The Free Software Foundation promises to always use either a verbatim copying license or a free documentation license when publishing your contribution.
We grant you back all your rights under copyright, including the rights to copy, modify, and redistribute your contributions.

Can you please clarify your statement? If you'd like, you can say that you're licensing your contributions to the general public under the GNU GPL. However, since your current text talks about "dual-licensing," while you're not being forced to license anything, I'm worried about whether or not you understood the submission terms. Of course, if you have any questions about them, feel free to contact me at, and I'll be happy to discuss them with you.

Thanks. --brett 08:47, 31 March 2006 (EST)