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Dead English Civil Code translation link[edit]

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The link to English translation is dead. Either use:

http://www.wipo.int/edocs/lexdocs/laws/en/ru/ru004en-part4.pdf

or

http://original-web-site.cipr.org/legal_reference/countries/russia/Part_IV_of_the_Civil_Code.pdf

Timothy G. from CA (talk) 03:08, 17 July 2013 (UTC)

✓ Done; I've chosen for the second link. In case that one won't work anymore either, we can always use the first link. :) Trijnsteltalk 17:45, 6 August 2013 (UTC)

Edit request: Add comment on PD-RU-exempt works incorporating other works that are sometimes subject to copyright restrictions[edit]

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Along the recommendations here, please replace the following:

Full text of the Code: [http://www.consultant.ru/online/base/?req=doc;base=LAW;n=64629;p=1 in Russian] ([http://original-web-site.cipr.org/legal_reference/countries/russia/Part_IV_of_the_Civil_Code.pdf in English]). |bottomtext='''Comment''' – According to interstate and international compacts, the ''[[w:Russia|Russian Federation]]'' is the legal successor of the ''[[w:Russian SFSR|Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic]]'' and the ''[[w:USSR|Union of Soviet Socialist Republics]]''; therefore, this license tag is also applicable to official symbols and formal documents of the Russian SFSR and the USSR (union level<ref name=union-note>The ''union level'' means that use of official symbols and the formal documents of '''14''' other [[w:Republics of the Soviet Union|Soviet Republics]] is the subject of law of their legal successor. See [[:Category:PD-exUSSR-exempt license tags|respective license tags]].</ref>).

'''Warning''' – This license tag cannot be applied to proposed official symbols and drafts of formal documents, which can be copyrighted.

With this:

Full text of the Code: [http://www.consultant.ru/online/base/?req=doc;base=LAW;n=64629;p=1 in Russian] ([http://original-web-site.cipr.org/legal_reference/countries/russia/Part_IV_of_the_Civil_Code.pdf in English]). |bottomtext='''Comment''' – According to interstate and international compacts, the ''[[w:Russia|Russian Federation]]'' is the legal successor of the ''[[w:Russian SFSR|Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic]]'' and the ''[[w:USSR|Union of Soviet Socialist Republics]]''; therefore, this license tag is also applicable to official symbols and formal documents of the Russian SFSR and the USSR (union level<ref name=union-note>The ''union level'' means that use of official symbols and the formal documents of '''14''' other [[w:Republics of the Soviet Union|Soviet Republics]] is the subject of law of their legal successor. See [[:Category:PD-exUSSR-exempt license tags|respective license tags]].</ref>).

'''Warning''' – This Russian official document, state symbol or sign (postage stamps, coins and banknotes mainly) may incorporate one or more works that can be copyrightable if separated from this document, symbol or sign. In such a case, this work is not an object of copyright if reused ''in its entirety'' but, at the same time, extracting specific portions from this work could constitute copyright infringement. For example, the [[:en:Postage stamp|denomination and country name]] must be preserved on postage stamps.

'''Warning''' – This license tag cannot be applied to proposed official symbols and drafts of formal documents, which can be copyrighted.

--Gazebo (talk) 12:28, 12 August 2014 (UTC)

✓ Done INeverCry 19:24, 17 August 2014 (UTC)

Edit request: Fix dead link to Russian version of the Civil Code[edit]

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The link for the Russian text of the Civil Code appears to lead to an error. One of the links on the WIPO page for the Russian Civil Code (as amended on June 29, 2009) or this consultant.ru page may work as an alternative.

As a side note, the relevant Civil Code may have been changed since the date given on the template (December 18, 2006.) --Gazebo (talk) 11:18, 18 August 2014 (UTC)

✓ Done --Jarekt (talk) 01:48, 24 October 2014 (UTC)

More compact template[edit]

{{editprotected}} After this short discussion I think that template can be more compact without any loss of meaning for Wikicommons purposes.

Description of changes in Template:PD-RU-exempt/en/sandbox

  1. The reference for the Russian law was unifixed with other two main Russian templates (Template:PD-RusEmpire and Template:PD-Russia).
  2. Mention of paragraph 5 was removed - this statement is general for copyright laws and has no real, direct meaning for Wikicommons purposes.
  3. The comment about RF as legal successor for RSFSR and USSR was shorted.
  4. The comment about proposed docs and symbols was moved up.
  5. Links to texts of laws were removed. There is no problem to find these texts.

Alex Spade (talk) 14:27, 9 January 2016 (UTC)

Can any body familiar with this law comment? Lets give it a few days for comments, but unless there are objections I will do the change (unless someone beats me)--Jarekt (talk) 03:54, 10 January 2016 (UTC)

Looks good to me (Alex is far more knowledgeable on their law, though I don't see anything substantive which changed). I would try to keep the links to the law though -- maybe inline the link with the textual reference to the law in the English and Russian localizations. Carl Lindberg (talk) 05:14, 10 January 2016 (UTC)
✓ Done Thanks Alex and Carl . --Jarekt (talk) 13:35, 11 January 2016 (UTC)

Unifix and grammar fix[edit]

{{editprotected}} Thx for previous correction, but first comment is in need of some unifix and grammar fix (my fault):

'''Comment''' – This license tag '''''is''''' also applicable to official documents, state symbols and signs of the ''[[w:Russian SFSR|Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic]]'' and the ''[[w:USSR|Union of Soviet Socialist Republics]]'' (union level<ref name=union-note>Official documents, state symbols and signs of 14 other [[w:Republics of the Soviet Union|Soviet Republics]] are the subject of law of their legal successors. See [[:Category:PD-exUSSR-exempt license tags|respective license tags]].</ref>).

Alex Spade (talk) 15:09, 11 January 2016 (UTC)

✓ Done --Jarekt (talk) 19:01, 11 January 2016 (UTC)