RC Helicopter Wiki:Copyrights

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The content of the RC Helicopter Wiki is released under the CreativeCommons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License (abbreviated by "CC BY-SA 3.0", see also full license terms).

When editing this Wiki or using material from this Wiki you are bound by the terms of this license, and these terms are briefly as follows:

You are allowed to copy, modify or improve the content of the this Wiki provided that:

  • Share Alike (SA): The resulting changes are licensed under the same or a compatible license as the RC Helicopter Wiki (which is "CC BY-SA 3.0").
  • Attribution (BY): Permit users to copy, distribute, display and perform the work and make derivative works based upon it only if they give the author or licensor the credits in the manner specified by these. This implies that if you distribute parts of the content your should refer to "RC Helicopter Wiki" with link to these pages or to the main site: RC Helicopter Wiki. You must also keep attributions for the parts attributed to other resources or authors.

Besides above two requirements, you are also promising us that you wrote the contributions yourself, or copied them from public domain, or from work with a compatible license. DO NOT SUBMIT COPYRIGHTED WORK WITHOUT PERMISSION!

Note that this license has a fair-use clause (article 2):

"2. Fair Dealing Rights. Nothing in this License is intended to reduce, limit, or restrict any uses free from copyright or rights arising from limitations or exceptions that are provided for in connection with the copyright protection under copyright law or other applicable laws."

Which, in our opinion, explicitly permits you to post and discuss snippets from the wiki where ever you want without the need to mention its license or its authors, but it is civil to credit the authors or the Wiki. Of course, you may not declare yourself as its author or redistribute the content under an uncompatible license.

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