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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]

  1. How could this work, when GFDL does not allow for additional restrictions to be placed on content?