User talk:Sebastian Wallroth
Thank you for your translations 
Dear Sebastian Wallroth:
Thank you for helping to translate the Participation Support program pages on Meta. Thanks to your efforts, these programs will be accessible to more people all over the world. We would like to send you something in appreciation of your work, so please contact us by Email at grants at wikimedia dot org with your name, shirt size (optional), address for delivery (not a PO Box), and telephone number (for delivery).
We would also like to let you know that our programs are growing and we will need to make some significant changes to these program pages in the next few weeks. When this happens, these pages may need to be retranslated, although much of the new text will be identical or similar to the text you've already translated: you've already translated this text, so you'd be able to copy and paste much from your existing translation. Please consider continuing to support the movement's work in this area, and please continue to let your multilingual friends and colleagues know that this support is still needed as our programs grow!
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Re: There is a difference between the German original and the English text 
Hello, thanks for looking into it. The text comes from the PDF publication that I also copied to Commons as File:Free Knowledge based on Creative Commons Licenses.pdf, or at least it should. To save time I actually took the wikitext from the wmse: copy, are there mistakes? --Nemo 14:29, 10 April 2013 (UTC)
- Hi Nemo,
- The original Point 16 ist missing - what is correct, since this is some special German stuff. But the text in Point 19 after
Up until 2009 the Wikipedia was using the
GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) by
the GNU initiative. The Free Software Foun-
dation had originally developed this license for
software documentation, hence it was too com-
plicated and not ideally suited for Wikipedia.
- beginning with
Nonetheless, the GFDL open content licenses
did not have to be abandoned when Wikipedia
was transitioning to a CC-BY-SA license.
- Wonderful, you're already done with the import! Thank you very much. I didn't know about point 16 of course, should something be done about it?
File:Annual plan WMNL 2011.pdf 
Hi, I have added source and licensing information on File:Annual plan WMNL 2011.pdf, which was indeed missing source and licensing information. I have taken the liberty of also removing the tags, but would be grateful if you could check if the current situation is acceptable. Kind regards, Paul B (talk) 16:31, 23 May 2013 (UTC)
- Great job! Next step: I'll move it to commons ;-) --Sebastian Wallroth (talk) 17:55, 23 May 2013 (UTC)