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- to Remix — to adapt the work
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- Nothing in this license impairs or restricts the author's moral rights.
One should be aware that all material submitted to SklogWiki falls under this license.
If you contribute material to SklogWiki, you thereby license it to the public under the Creative Commons license. In order to contribute, you must be in a position to grant this license, which means that either
- you hold 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 the Creative Commons license, for instance because the material is in the public domain or is itself published under the Creative Commons license.
In the first case, you retain copyright to your materials. You can later republish and relicense them in any way you like. However, you can never retract the Creative Commons license for the versions you placed here: that material will remain under the Creative Commons license forever.
In the second case, if you incorporate external Creative Commons license materials, as a requirement of the Creative Commons license, you need to acknowledge the authorship and provide a link back to the network location of the original copy.
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