Template:Bibliowiki page

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Please see Bibliowiki page hosted in Canada on Bibliowiki.

The author of this work, published in (no publication date), died in (no date of death), so the work is in the public domain in countries and areas copyrighting for lifetime plus up to 50 years, including Canada. However, if published between 1923 and 1977 inclusive, the American non-acceptance of the rule of the shorter term, or the Copyright Term Extension Act if published in the USA with copyright notices and renewals as legally needed, would make this work still considered copyrighted for 95 years after publication, to expire at year end, i.e. to enter the public domain in the USA on January 1, 1997. If created through 1977 but published between 1978 and 2002 inclusive, this work would still considered copyrighted until at least 2047. If published outside the USA, the reason is usually due to the work having not entered the public domain through copyright expiration in its source country or area on January 1, 1996.
For more information, see copyright.cornell.edu

 
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Usage[edit]

Used to identify where a work had been hosted at English Wikisource and due to a decision by the community that the work is under U.S. copyright and has been deleted. This template identifies that the work is available at Bibliowiki: and links to that work.

{{bibliowiki page|title at Bibliowiki}}

Parameters[edit]

The third parameter, the title at Bibliowiki, is optional. If omitted, the title of the page will be used instead.

Examples[edit]

{{Bibliowiki page|deathyear=1936|publicationyear=1926|Foo}}
{{Bibliowiki page|1936|1926|Foo}}

both forms produce

Please see Bibliowiki page hosted in Canada on Bibliowiki.

The author of this work, published in 1926, died in 1936, so the work is in the public domain in countries and areas copyrighting for lifetime plus up to 50 years, including Canada. However, if published between 1923 and 1977 inclusive, the American non-acceptance of the rule of the shorter term, or the Copyright Term Extension Act if published in the USA with copyright notices and renewals as legally needed, would make this work still considered copyrighted for 95 years after publication, to expire at year end, i.e. to enter the public domain in the USA on January 1, 1997. If created through 1977 but published between 1978 and 2002 inclusive, this work would still considered copyrighted until at least 2047. If published outside the USA, the reason is usually due to the work having not entered the public domain through copyright expiration in its source country or area on January 1, 1996.
For more information, see copyright.cornell.edu

 


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Templatedata[edit]

Used to identify a work at Bibliowiki where work has been deleted at Wikisource due to copyright reasons

Template parameters

This template prefers block formatting of parameters.

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
bibliowikibibliowiki3wikilivres

page name at Bibliowiki

Example
Foo
Auto value
{{PAGENAME}}
Stringoptional
publicationyearpublicationyear2

year of publication of work

Example
1926
Numberrequired
deathyeardeathyear1

year of death of writer

Example
1936
Numberrequired