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I have taken notice of the CC0 license and its intended effects, and hereby declare that all my past and future contributions to the OSDev.org Wiki are licensed under the effect of the CC0.
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I have taken notice of the CC0 license and its intended effects, and hereby declare that all my past and future contributions to the OSDev.org Wiki are licensed under the effect of the CC0.
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I have taken notice of the CC0 license and its intended effects, and hereby declare that all my past and future contributions to the OSDev.org Wiki are licensed under the effect of the CC0.
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I have taken notice of the CC0 license and its intended effects, and hereby declare that all my past and future contributions to the OSDev.org Wiki are licensed under the effect of the CC0.
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I have taken notice of the CC0 license and its intended effects, and hereby declare that all my past and future contributions to the OSDev.org Wiki are licensed under the effect of the CC0.
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I have taken notice of the CC0 license and its intended effects, and hereby declare that all my past and future contributions to the OSDev.org Wiki are licensed under the effect of the CC0.
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I think this thread can be locked. It was only necessary for contributers to retroactively accept the terms---the wiki now has a note. And, as far as I know, the few members that either declined or did not answer had their contributions removed altogether.
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Agreed, locking thread.

If there's anyone who contributed before the licence change and hasn't posted their consent, Contact a moderator,
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Love4Boobies wrote:I think this thread can be locked. It was only necessary for contributers to retroactively accept the terms---the wiki now has a note. And, as far as I know, the few members that either declined or did not answer had their contributions removed altogether.
People that have actively declined had indeed their contributions removed. However, a significant amount of content remains in legal limbo.

The worksheet with all the details remains here.
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