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The GFDL corpus is the body of all material licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License, including:

A GFDL corpus access provider permits retrieval of, and editing of, this material. There are numerous requirements for these due to the GFDL itself - covered in that article.

A true unified GFDL Corpus has been proposed[verification needed] with a single set of editing, forking and reintegration rules.[1]

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Created February 20, 2007 by Anonymous1
Modified February 8, 2023 by Felipe Schenone
  1. How could this work, when GFDL does not allow for additional restrictions to be placed on content?
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