We are legally responsible for maintaining and protecting the trademark rights through our policy and practice.
We also want to make it as easy as possible for community members to use the marks to advance our mission.
For example, why do we ask for translations of a bunch of links?
Do we expect people to link to translated documents, if they exist, or to just copy the links? Pi RSquared17 (talk) , 4 June 2013 (UTC) I was not aware that you could turn the translate extension on and off within the document. :) Seeing how you and User: Kaganer have done that will be helpful for next time I am required to try.
In this document, we outline some practices that we believe are going relatively well.
If you don’t want to read all this, you can just give us your comments here.
Darkweasel94 (talk) , 6 June 2013 (UTC) The term respiratory infection mixes up different infections with different causes (tuberculosis, influenza, common cold...).--Maggie Dennis (WMF) (talk) , 4 June 2013 (UTC) Sorry if I have missed the point while reading.I have seen occurances of Wikipedia logos being used in news reports specially print media and also at times news report prepared by community. Mahitgar (He who knows ,wants to know and and loves to keep others informed) (talk) , 4 June 2013 (UTC) Thanks for your comment.An organization whose mission is to encourage production of free content should not make its own logos nonfree; this seems a bit hypocritical.Commons could get rid of its only allowed nonfree files.