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What are the differences between MediaWiki, Wikimedia, Wikipedia and wiki?
This is a common question; please see <tvar|1>Sjabloon:Ll</> for a detailed answer.
I want to use a MediaWiki instance to (blank). Am I allowed to?
MediaWiki is free software: this means that you may use it for any purpose without legal hindrance.</translate> <translate> Furthermore, its licensing conditions apply solely to the software itself.</translate> <translate> This means that although many wikis license their content under a permissive license, you are not obliged to license the content submitted to your wiki in any particular way.</translate> <translate> Of course, as a project founded to support sites like Wikipedia, we encourage you to license the texts you write under a free license, but, in short, you are not required to.
If you wish to alter or amend the software itself, in general, you are permitted to, but there are some restrictions and you should consult the full text of the GNU GPL version 2 for details.</translate> <translate> Because MediaWiki is provided free of charge, there is no warranty, to the extent permitted by applicable law. </translate> Sjabloon:Anchor <translate>