Os visitantes podem fazer download de qualquer artigo exibido neste site para uso pessoal, de crédito, desde que não seja utilizado para o lucro.
To fulfill the above goals, the text contained in Cpdpédia is licensed to the public under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license, or CC-BY-SA. A human-readable summary of this license is available at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/.
The text of the CC-BY-SA license is the only legally binding document; what follows is our interpretation of the CC-BY-SA license: the rights and obligations of users and contributors.
IMPORTANT: If you want to use content from Cpdpédia, read the Users' rights and obligations section.
Users' rights and obligationsEditar
If you want to use Cpdpédia materials in your own books/articles/web sites or other publications, you can do so, but you have to follow the terms of the CC-BY-SA. If you are simply duplicating the Wookieepedia article, you simply need to properly attribute the work and note that it is licensed under CC-BY-SA. One way to attribute the work is to provide a conspicuous hyperlink back to the Wookieepedia article (or the URL of the article if in print form), however Wookieepedia does not guarantee that we will retain the article (and with it, the authorship history), so you may want to copy this list of authors from the página de história.
If you create a derivative version by changing or adding content, this entails the following:
- your materials in turn have to be licensed under CC-BY-SA, and
- you must acknowledge the authorship of the article, and
- you must acknowledge that you have modified it.
As stated above, the second requirement can be fulfilled with a hyperlink back the the article on Cpdpédia (or the URL if in print form), but since retention of the page history is not guaranteed, you are encouraged to provide the list of authors yourself.
Cpdpédia does use some text under licenses that are compatible with the CC-BY-SA.
Images that are displayed at Cpdpédia remain the property of their original creators, and are only included on this website for purposes of illustration under fair use guidelines. Every image has an owner, unless that image has been explicitly placed in the public domain. Unless the original author of the image expressly grants such permission, images do not fall under the scope of the CC-BY-SA. In all cases, images must be uploaded to our database rather than linked from other servers (see Wikipedia:Inline linking), and must be accompanied by a copyright tag.
Contributors' rights and obligationsEditar
If you contribute material to Cpdpédia, you thereby license it to the public under the CC-BY-SA. In order to contribute, you therefore must be in a position to grant this license, which means that either
- you own the copyright to the material, for instance because you produced it yourself, or
- you acquired the material from a source that allows the licensing under CC-BY-SA, for instance because the material is in the public domain or is itself published under CC-BY-SA.
In the first case, you retain copyright to your materials. You can later republish and re-license them in any way you like. However, you can never retract the CC-BY-SA license for the versions you placed here: that material will remain under CC-BY-SA forever. In the second case, if you incorporate external CC-BY-SA materials, as a requirement of the CC-BY-SA, you must acknowledge the authorship of the material.
Using copyrighted work from othersEditar
If you use part of a copyrighted work under "fair use", or if you obtain special permission to use a copyrighted work from the copyright holder under the terms of our license, you must make a note of that fact (along with names and dates). It is our goal to be able to freely redistribute as much of Cpdpédia's material as possible, so original images and sound files licensed under the CC-BY-SA or in the public domain are greatly preferred to copyrighted media files used under fair use. See Wikipedia:Boilerplate request for permission for a form letter asking a copyright holder to grant us a license to use their work under terms of the CC-BY-SA.
Never use materials that infringe the copyrights of others. This could create legal liabilities and seriously hurt the project. If in doubt, write it yourself.
Note that copyright law governs the creative expression of ideas, not the ideas or information themselves. Therefore, it is perfectly legal to read an encyclopedia article or other work, reformulate it in your own words, and submit it to Wookieepedia. (See plagiarism and fair use for discussions of how much reformulation is necessary in a general context.)
Linking to copyrighted worksEditar
Linking to copyrighted works is usually not a problem, as long as you have made a reasonable effort to determine that the page in question is not violating someone else's copyright. If it is, please do not link to the page. Whether such a link is contributory infringement is currently being debated in the courts, but in any case, linking to a site that illegally distributes someone else's work sheds a bad light on us.
If you find a copyright infringementEditar
It is not the job of rank-and-file Cpdpedianos to police every article for possible copyright infringement, but if you suspect one, you should at the very least bring up the issue on that page's talk page. Others can then examine the situation and take action if needed. The most helpful piece of information you can provide is a URL or other reference to what you believe may be the source of the text.
Some cases will be false alarms. For example, if the contributor was in fact the author of the text that is published elsewhere under different terms, that does not affect their right to post it here under the CC-BY-SA. Also, sometimes you will find text elsewhere on the Web that was copied from Wookieepedia. In both of these cases, it is a good idea to make a note in the talk page to discourage such false alarms in the future.
If some of the content of a page really is an infringement, then the infringing content should be removed, and a note to that effect should be made on the talk page, along with the original source. If the author's permission is obtained later, the text can be restored.
If all of the content of a page is a suspected copyright infringement, then the page should be listed on Cpdpédia:Problemas de Copyright and the content of the article replaced by the standard notice which you can find there. If, after a week, the page still appears to be a copyright infringement, then it may be deleted following the procedures on the votes page.
In extreme cases of contributors continuing to post copyrighted material after appropriate warnings, such users may be blocked from editing to protect the project.
If you are the owner of Cpdpédia-hosted content being used without your permissionEditar
If you are the owner of content that is being used on Wookieepedia without your permission, then you may request the page be immediately removed. See [[Cpdpédia: Problemas de Copyright], or contact an adminsitrador directly. If you feel the situation is serious enough to warrant it, you may also contact our host's Designated agent to have it permanently removed, but it may take up to a week for the page to be deleted that way (you may also blank the page but the text will still be in the page history). In any case, please provide the name of a person, along with their mailing address and e-mail address if possible, for a reply or follow-up letters, and we will, of course, need some evidence to support your claim of ownership.
This page is a derivative work from Wikipedia:Copyrights.
- Wikipedia's Copyright FAQ
- The Questions on copyright at Wikipedia
- Wikipedia:Sites that use Wikipedia as a source
- Wikipedia's standard license violation letter
- Advice on spotting possible copyright violations from Wikipedia
Further discussion is available at Wikipedia and Wikimedia's Meta site: