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==Policy discussions on the 'Why You Should Vote No' talk page==
 
==Policy discussions on the 'Why You Should Vote No' talk page==
There are some policy discussions on [[Talk:Open Data License/Why You Should Vote No|'Why you should vote no' talk page]] which people might like to read. [[User:PeterIto|PeterIto]] 22:23, 5 December 2009 (UTC)
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There are some policy discussions on [[OSM:Talk:Open Data License/Why You Should Vote No|'Why you should vote no' talk page]] which people might like to read. [[OSM:User:PeterIto|PeterIto]] 22:23, 5 December 2009 (UTC)
   
 
== Thanks, Richard! ==
 
== Thanks, Richard! ==
   
Thanks Richard for you detailed explanations. --[[User:Michi2|Michi]] 00:54, 6 December 2009 (UTC)
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Thanks Richard for you detailed explanations. --[[OSM:User:Michi2|Michi]] 00:54, 6 December 2009 (UTC)
   
 
== External references, please! ==
 
== External references, please! ==
   
As has been pointed out, most people don't have extensive knowledge of the law in multiple jurisdictions and of previous discussions in the working group. It would be helpful for assertions to link to relevant expert opinion (or past discussion). That would allow a more informed discussion and make my head hurt less. Particularly, I would like to know how ODbL can protect facts, while CC BY-SA can't - particular in US jurisdiction. Cheers! --[[User:TimSC|TimSC]] 20:29, 6 December 2009 (UTC) ''Update'': I see Richard already linked to the first half of the answer. In what way is ODbL better in this regard?
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As has been pointed out, most people don't have extensive knowledge of the law in multiple jurisdictions and of previous discussions in the working group. It would be helpful for assertions to link to relevant expert opinion (or past discussion). That would allow a more informed discussion and make my head hurt less. Particularly, I would like to know how ODbL can protect facts, while CC BY-SA can't - particular in US jurisdiction. Cheers! --[[OSM:User:TimSC|TimSC]] 20:29, 6 December 2009 (UTC) ''Update'': I see Richard already linked to the first half of the answer. In what way is ODbL better in this regard?
   
 
==Comments on individual statements==
 
==Comments on individual statements==

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Policy discussions on the 'Why You Should Vote No' talk page

There are some policy discussions on 'Why you should vote no' talk page which people might like to read. PeterIto 22:23, 5 December 2009 (UTC)

Thanks, Richard!

Thanks Richard for you detailed explanations. --Michi 00:54, 6 December 2009 (UTC)

External references, please!

As has been pointed out, most people don't have extensive knowledge of the law in multiple jurisdictions and of previous discussions in the working group. It would be helpful for assertions to link to relevant expert opinion (or past discussion). That would allow a more informed discussion and make my head hurt less. Particularly, I would like to know how ODbL can protect facts, while CC BY-SA can't - particular in US jurisdiction. Cheers! --TimSC 20:29, 6 December 2009 (UTC) Update: I see Richard already linked to the first half of the answer. In what way is ODbL better in this regard?

Comments on individual statements

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Why You Should Vote Yes

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