I'm considering the idea of taking (part of) this canonical page:
... and maintaining it downstream at, e.g.:
On the face of it, the source content is the same license as
Wikipedia. Maintaining the Wikipedia page as a downstream is as
simple as copy + paste, then watch the canonical page and update the
downstream page as appropriate.
But there is an additional clause in contributing content to
Wikipedia, that it be contributed under the GFDL:
If you contribute text directly to Wikipedia, you thereby license it
to the public for reuse under CC-BY-SA and GFDL (unversioned, with
no invariant sections, front-cover texts, or back-cover texts).
If I were the copyright holder for the Fedora content in question, I
would just accept that. However, the [[Red Hat contributions]] page
on the Fedora wiki is definitely an aggregate work. Interestingly,
it appears the vast majority of the contributions are from Red Hat
If copyright holder permission is required or preferred, we could
obtain it and put a notice on the page that future contributions are
going to be relicensed at Wikipedia under ... the GFDL specifically?
Yeah, specifics make more sense.
How to handle all this?
Thanks - Karsten
 Not being sure about the cultural stance of being @redhat.com and
doing this, I've requested help on the subject here:
 Full history for this page on this wiki:
There is a copyright history that goes back to the previous wiki.
We can obtain that list, if needed. :)
name: Karsten 'quaid' Wade, Sr. Community Gardener
team: Red Hat Community Architecture