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Chris Karakas, maintainer of the PHP-Nuke HOWTO, wants to put the information he manages in a Wiki clone, but he is afraid he'll have to abandon his copyright if he lets other people edit the same data. David Lawyer points out that every copyright should have an owner.
The idea came up to donate this PHP-Nuke Wiki to the Free Software Foundation and let them have the copyright, but it was decided that this would be too complicated and too much honor for a Wiki. The concensus now is that everybody contributing to the Wiki makes themselves co-owner of the copyright.
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