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이 문서에서는 위키백과의 부제인 우리 모두의 백과사전에 대한 부가 설명을 담고 있습니다.
"우리 모두"가 주로 의미하는 것편집
The next important dictionary to be published was an English–French one by John (or Jehan) Palsgrave in 1530 [...] and a letter has survived showing that he arranged with his printer that no copy should be sold without his permission, lest his proffit by teaching the Frenche tonge myght be mynished by the sale of the same to suche persons as, besids hym, wern disposed to studye the sayd tongue.— 〈dictionary〉. 《Britannica Online Encyclopedia》. 2008년 10월 20일에 확인함.
위키백과에서 말하는 우리 모두의 백과사전에는 여러가지 중의적 의미를 포함하고 있습니다. "우리 모두의 백과사전"에서 언급하는 "우리 모두"는 위키백과의 콘텐츠에 대한 라이선스를 일컫는 중요한 용어입니다. Text is contributed to Wikipedia under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License (CC-BY-SA) and the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL), copyleft licenses for free content. It mainly means that the rights on the text belong to its authors, but the text may be freely read, distributed and modified as long as the modified versions are distributed under the same licenses. Read the full text of the licenses for the precise legal terms.
이러한 자유의 목표는 producing reference material free to all people – a collection of human knowledge, which cannot be limited or controlled by restrictive use of 저작권법 and which, under most reasonable conditions, can be used and shared by everyone without any hindrance. Thus Wikipedia reverses the trend set by Mr. John Palsgrave half a millennium ago.
Uploading to Wikipedia of information whose copyright terms are not compatible with CC-BY-SA or GFDL is not allowed and will be promptly deleted. The only exception to this is that the English Wikipedia allows limited uploading of some images and media files under "fair use" terms. See Wikipedia:Non-free content. (Some Wikipedias in other languages, for example Spanish, do not allow "fair use" content at all and include nothing but free content.)
그 외 "우리 모두"가 의미하는 것편집
[W]e probably run into the problem of the word 'free' in English, which means both "gratis" (free of charge) and "libre" (liberty). We mean primarily the 2nd meaning, but it will depend on the particular language as to whether "libre access" is a concept which can be smoothly expressed. Since we also mean "gratis" as a secondary meaning, that can be used.
Some people misunderstand the subtitle "the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit", often because of the different meanings of the word "free" in the English language. Some of these meanings happen to apply to Wikipedia in whole or in part, but they do not necessarily reflect the intention of Wikipedia's existence and must be precisely understood.
"우리 모두의 백과사전"은 "무료 백과사전"을 의미하는 게 아닙니다.편집
In practice, any person who has access the World Wide Web may read the content of Wikipedia on the website wikipedia.org without paying any money. This, however, does not mean that Wikipedia content is fully non-commercial. Copies of Wikipedia content can be sold. CC-BY-SA and GFDL licenses allow charging money for distributing content that they cover. Indeed, parts of Wikipedia were copied to optical media (such as DVD) and printed on paper, and these copies were distributed commercially.
Furthermore, it is forbidden to upload to Wikipedia any content whose copyright terms allow only non-commercial use, as this is not compatible with the meaning of "free" as defined by CC-BY-SA and GFDL.
"우리 모두의 백과사전"은 "누구나 아무렇게나 마음대로 편집할 수 있다"는 의미가 아닙니다편집
"An encyclopedia that anyone can edit" does not refer to the right of any editor to contribute content supporting their own point of view. Some editors understand the "anyone can edit" part of "the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit" as an extension of the word "free". This is wrong, as the sentence encompasses two separate concepts. "Free" refers to licensing, as explained above; "anyone can edit" refers to the fact that Wikipedia is a wiki, a website which nearly anyone with access to the web can edit without asking for permission. However, Wikipedia strives to be a reliable encyclopedia that presents to the reader verifiable information written from a neutral point of view. Anyone can boldly edit Wikipedia as long as they do it in line with these goals, but edit actions that contradict these rules will be reverted and in extreme cases editors who perform them may be blocked.
"우리 모두의 백과사전"은 "자유로운 대화"와 반드시 관계 된 것은 아닙니다편집
- Wikipedia:Free encyclopedia
- About Wikipedia
- What Wikipedia is not
- Copyrights in Wikipedia
- Wikipedia:Text of the GNU Free Documentation License – the legal license as it applies to Wikipedia
- GNU Free Documentation License, an encyclopedic article about the history of the license and the related movements of Free software and Free content
- Wikipedia:Mirrors and forks
- 자유 소프트웨어에 대한 정의 - 자유 소프트웨어 재단