Open content

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    The term open content is used to mean various share-alike licenses (notably CC-sa variants and the monolithic GFDL) and potentially a Green Documentation License. The term is not quite as well defined as open source or free software but presumably will be well defined soon, and make reference to share-alike as the defining central attribute.