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{{Publication
|type=Journal article
|title=The concept of open editing from the copyright viewpoint
|authors=N.A. Polukarova
|published_in=Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics
|typeyear=Journal article2007|peer_reviewedmonth=Yes|article_language=EnglishMay
|volume=41
|issue=3
|month=May
|year=2007
|pages=104-7
|url=http://dx.doi.org/10.3103/S0005105507030053
|peer_reviewed=Yes
|article_language=English
|abstract=The principles of open editing in wiki technology are described as illustrated by the example of Wikipedia, a popular free Web encyclopedia. Information is given about {GNU} software, Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act, licenses for free software and their corresponding free user manuals, as well as about legal issues arising in connection with the free documentation license.
|research_questionsdoi=The principles of open editing in wiki technology are described as illustrated by the example of Wikipedia, a popular free Web encyclopedia10. Information is given about GNU software, Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act, licenses for free software and their corresponding free user manuals, as well as about legal issues arising in connection with the Free Documentation License3103/S0005105507030053
|topics=Legal infrastructure
|domains=Information science
|research_questions=The principles of open editing in wiki technology are described as illustrated by the example of Wikipedia, a popular free Web encyclopedia. Information is given about GNU software, Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act, licenses for free software and their corresponding free user manuals, as well as about legal issues arising in connection with the Free Documentation License
|theory_type=Analysis
|wikipedia_coverage=Case