We (the Romanian translators community) would like to publish a translation of the page SDB:How to migrate from Windows under the CCBYSA license. As the content of this wiki is only licensed as GFDL, we would need your permission to publish your contributions to that page under the CCBYSA license. Please let me know what you think.--Strainu 14:52, 2 December 2011 (MST)
- Hi Strainu, what a long work to ask every single contributor! I made only a very small change to that page! Absolutely no problem for me.--Caig 01:38, 3 December 2011 (MST)
- Yes, unfortunately this is the right way to do it (since we missed the GFDL 1.3 timeline). And it's only the first page in many :P--Strainu 05:20, 3 December 2011 (MST)
About request for SDB:Apper troubleshooting deletion
REF.: https://en.opensuse.org/index.php?title=SDB:Apper_troubleshooting&diff=61783&oldid=59767 I checked SDB:Apper troubleshooting and SDB:Apper: they provide different contents and have different goals. So, I do not think it might be a good idea to delete the former of those pages (in particular since it provides a way to disable Apper not as draconian as de-installing it, as suggested by the latter :) ). Please (forget my grammar and) let me know what you think about it when you've got some time. Ciao!--acsaf 08:23, 29 June 2013 (MDT)
- Hello! "different contents...different goals": I think the Workarounds section of SDB:Apper covers the SDB:Apper troubleshooting goals (otherwise, without that section, SDB:Apper should be out of SDB namespace imo). The introduction sections are similar too imo. From this point of view I see them as similar pages with SDB:Apper being more updated and rich in contents (imo the best was if SDB:Apper was created starting on SDB:Apper troubleshooting).
- What about adding the how to disable Apper instructions in SDB:Apper? Forgive my grammar and my explanation skills too :) --Caig 09:21, 29 June 2013 (MDT)
- From my point of view SDB:Apper has an introduction section and goal so, for this part alone, should be outside SDB namespace. But it has a troubleshooting section and goal too, so it's in SDB. I tried to propose what I thought it was a simple solution (with the copy and paste integration too), I'm just an user, I think I can't do more. Sadly I often see wiki situations as simple things, but they aren't (funny thing, in real life is the opposite :P). I'll apply the usual solution. Thanks, bye. --Caig 05:26, 4 July 2013 (MDT)