Rspeer added a comment.

[...] without any reference to the originating author. So if that is the case, Wikipedia has already never been compliant with that license.

Wikipedia's interpretation of attribution has always been that the page editing history is sufficient attribution. And, of course, the result is shared alike. Those are the two requirements: attribution, and share alike. Wikipedia follows Wikipedia's license, and therefore Wikipedians can use content from Wikipedia.

For the same reason, Wikidata may not use content from Wikipedia. That's the topic of this task.



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