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[edit] User account

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[edit] Terms of use

[edit] Information for contributors to the LLWiki

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The contributors are the individuals owning an account on the LLWiki, which allows them to edit the content. By applying for the creation of their account, the candidates to the status of contributor agree to grant the monopoly of rights on the LLWiki as a collective work to the editorial board; they moreover agree that their contributions are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 France License, the editorial board being cited as the licensor. The contributors however keep their rights on their respective contributions and are free to exploit them for their own sake.

[edit] Precedence of French terms

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