User talk:MJL

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@SirSprinkles: Thank you for the warm welcome! If you please wouldn't mind, could you verify me? –MJLTalk 12:47, 7 June 2020 (MDT)


Hey, I noticed that you have been adding the CC-By-SA template to your pages. I understand wanting to keep claim to your work, but with the way the wiki works, you can't put that template on your articles, because of how the Creative Commons licenses work. By default, all articles are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License 1.3. I would recommend checking out Help:Attribution Policy to understand why you aren't allowed to use the CC licenses on your work here. Good luck with your future work on the wiki! --PJammaz (talk) 18:07, 7 June 2020 (MDT)

It's more like I want other people to know that they are free to use my work in accordance with the terms of CC-BY-SA since GFDL is pretty restrictive. –MJLTalk 18:25, 7 June 2020 (MDT)
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