> CC-BY-SA text cannot be used on GFDL pages; the two licenses are > 
> incompatible. That's part of the reason why the WMF is currently > setting up 
> a poll about switching Wikipedia et al. over to CC-BY-SA > (see the countless 
> messages about this on foundation-l).> > The only exception to this is that 
> CC-BY-SA images being used to > illustrate the articles are fine, as they're 
> essentially a separate > work from the article (i.e. the article text is 
> GFDL, not the > necessarily the pictures illustrating it)
Thanks for that clear up, i did some reading up and i now see that its 
the CC-BY license that is compatible and not BY-SA. 
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