Although our public wiki is open for everyone to use, we strongly encourage linking back to our wiki if our information is utilized or repurposed elsewhere. As per the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0), which is used by all wiki, you must give proper credit to a source where you obtain any information (this also applies for us, and we diligently stick to our effort to reference every resource we use.) Even if you paraphrase our information, we would appreciate a link back to our wiki.
If you would like to use our translations, please contact us prior to republishing them on other wikis or social media. Although most of our information comes from public domain, translations often are either a project of love by one dedicated individual in the community or a group effort- we want to make sure they are properly informed where their work is being used.
If we add a watermark, please do not remove the watermark.
We can't keep others from using our information and not sourcing us however. If we come across a duplicate on another wiki, our editors will edit that wiki and give credit back to us. Please leave this reference if you notice someone has given it the proper referencing.
You can read more about CC BY-SA 4.0 here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/