Wikitravel artikelen en afbeeldingen worden ter beschikking gesteld onder de [[:en:Project:Copyleft|copyleft]]<nowiki>[en]</nowiki> licentie.Dit
betekend dat je het kan herverdelen en aanpassen in elk medium, zolang je een paar simpele regels volgt.
==Over onze licentie==
Our license, the [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/1.0/ Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 1.0], requires three main things from people redistributing an article:
#You give '''attribution''' to the authors of the article.
#You make any '''derivative works''' available under the same license.
#You notify readers and other users of the license.
The following is our interpretation of the license requirements. It is not legal advice.
You can give attribution to the authors according to their real names or Wikitravel user names. For users identified with an IP address instead of a user name, you can use "Anonymous" or "Anonymous user of Wikitravel". You don't have to list any name more than once.
Every page on Wikitravel has a credits block at the end of the page; this should be sufficient for attribution.
<!--, unless there are too many to authors to fit in that block, in which case they should be listed on the credits page (see the "others" link). -->
Each Wikitravel article also has an HTML link element of type ''meta'' that points to an RDF file with the author names. This may be easier to parse automatically.
For images, the author history can be found on the corresponding Image: page .
Any derivative works based on Wikitravel articles must also be licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 1.0.
For an article, a derivative work would be a Web page based solely or primarily on the content of the article. Including a Wikitravel article into a full Web site doesn't require that the whole site be under the Attribution-ShareAlike 1.0, just the particular page.
For an image, a modified version of the image file is a derivative work. A Web page or other presentation that includes the image doesn't count as a derivative work, and doesn't have to be under the same license.
Hier komen een paar praktische
notas om Wikitravel gidsen te hergebruiken.
* De '''printversie'''
of a guide is probably the easiest to convert, print, and redistribute. Note that the printable version is not fully compliant with the above license; you'll still have to add in the author attribution and license information by hand.
There is no '''bulk download''' for all of the Wikitravel guides -- yet. We 're working on making XML, HTML, and MediaWiki SQL versions available for download.
* wikitravel.org is
a service for creating and editing these free guides. We can't support the bandwidth and processing requirements of uses not tuned to this purpose. We prefer not to serve files or articles if they're framed or embedded into other pages.
* If you create a Web mirror, it can help if you put a link on [[Project:Mirrors]].
* There is a mailing list for announcements of Wikitravel news. It is a low-volume, moderated list and should only send you mail once a week at most. If you are doing a lot of republishing of Wikitravel content, you should be on this list (but are not required to). Send email to ''majordomo at wikitravel dot org'' with "subscribe announcements" as the body of the message.
We're committed to making Wikitravel guides practical to redistribute. We think that redistribution is a great way to get important information to travellers who need it.
in XML and HTML
Some improvements to watch for:
*Bulk download of all Wikitravel articles in XML and HTML format.
*SQL downloads of all Wikitravel articles.
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