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Hello Alex, for each year I am just sentences that act as short 'factoids' of a specific events that took place. For a particular year there may be 20 individual factoids used for example. I would be happy to have a conversation but I don't want to commit another £35 for the privilege on top of the £38 already paid.
OK thanks I'll do that. Now given that the book with then contain original material that I should copyright as well as the Wiki material that is covered under a Creative Commons Licence, how should I reflect that in the book ?
Well I guess I'm still going round in a bit of a loop really so I'm not clear.
1. Previously you suggested that I just reference the Wiki page with the content that I use but above you say that I need to reference the original source if that is what Wiki shows ??
2. You suggest that I contact Wiki regarding the re-use permission and their page takes me back to the Creative Commons 'fair use' licence - whatever that is ??
3. I mentioned that my book will have original content that I produce and needs to be copyrighted as well as Wiki material that is covered by a Creative Commons licence so my question was how would I accommodate both licencing requirements in my book ?
I'm sorry but these things are never as straightforward as they appear.