Category:Open content license issues
Since open content and the licenses that apply to it are a well defined area of study and innovation, put articles that address the legal or editorial or issues surrounding GFDL or Creative Commons licenses in this category. Many of these articles will include criticisms of Wikipedia or somewhat uncommon points of view. That's necessary, since legal analysis involves mostly examining difficult cases and strange situations that may arise rarely and go far beyond copyright, e.g. libel, or those that arise commonly, e.g. use of Wikipedia articles by other projects or vice versa.
Some articles will have provocative names. That's good, because those take strong positions and are easier to contrast with other views. Meta isn't an encyclopedia, and many concepts you don't want to acknowledge will have to be at least discussed - provocative names help to ensure that happens.
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.