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==Defining what is included==
Criteria on this page are '''in addition to''' copyright criteria, which are described at [[Wikisource:copyright policy]]
There are four classes of works that are accepted:
 
# Works created before 1923
Different rules apply depending on when the work was created. Although US copyright law provided the convenient transition date, it is still possible that a work created before that date remains protected, or that a work created after that date is in the public domain.
# Documentary sources
# Analytical and artistic works
# Free content
 
===Works created before 1923===
Any written work (or transcript of original audio or visual content) published (or created but never published) prior to 1923 may be included in Wikisource, so long as it is verifiable. Valid sources include uploaded scans and printed paper sources.
 
# ===Works created beforeafter 19231922:===
Note that such works must still comply with the [[Wikisource:copyright policy|copyright policy]] (see [[Wikisource:Licensing form|specific public domain criteria]] for date criteria).
(meaning works created after December 31st, 1922)
# ====Documentary sources====
'''Documentary sources''' are characterized by one of two criteria:
#They are official documents of the body producing them, or
#They are evidentiary in nature, and created in the course of events.
 
'''Documentary sources''' are documents that are created in the course of events. These documents may range from [[Articles of Confederation|constitutions]] and [[Treaty of San Ildefonso|treaties]] to [[Letter to Abigail Adams - June 21, 1785|personal correspondence]] and [[Lee Harvey Oswald diary|diaries]]. More eventsThis arecategory being recorded than ever before and this categorymay includesinclude material not historically available, such as [[9/11 Passenger phone calls|historical phonetelephone calls]], [[Interrogation of Wolfram Sievers|judicial proceedings]], and [[Wild Weasel mission 5 November 1967|transcriptions of military operations]]. Documentary sources must be added in their complete form unlesswhenever apossible, portionwithout ofsubstantive the document is damaged, lost, oreditorial unintelligibleamendment. The source of these works shouldmust be noted in order to allow others to verify that the copy displayed at Wikisource is a faithful reproduction. Expressions of mere opinion are not documentary.
===Documentary sources===
'''Documentary sources''' are documents that are created in the course of events. These documents may range from [[Articles of Confederation|constitutions]] and [[Treaty of San Ildefonso|treaties]] to [[Letter to Abigail Adams - June 21, 1785|personal correspondence]] and [[Lee Harvey Oswald diary|diaries]]. More events are being recorded than ever before and this category includes material not historically available, such as [[9/11 Passenger phone calls|historical phone calls]], [[Interrogation of Wolfram Sievers|judicial proceedings]], and [[Wild Weasel mission 5 November 1967|transcriptions of military operations]]. Documentary sources must be added in their complete form unless a portion of the document is damaged, lost, or unintelligible. The source of these works should be noted in order to allow others to verify that the copy displayed at Wikisource is a faithful reproduction.
 
====Analytical and artistic works====
'''Analytical works''' are publications that compile information from other sources and analyze this information. Any non-fiction work which is written about a topic after the main events have occurred generally fits in this category. These as well as any '''artistic works''' must have been published in a medium that includes peer review or editorial controls; this excludes self-publication.
 
===Free=Scientific contentresearch====
[[Wikipedia:Scientific research|Scientific research]] is acceptable to include in Wikisource if the work has verifiable [[wikipedia:Peer_review#Scholarly_peer_review|scholarly peer review]] from a trusted entity. The work must be released under a free license, which precludes works already commercially published under an agreement that prohibits republishing.
The Wikimedia Foundation, which hosts Wikisource, is very concerned about intellectual property rights. Not only are copyright violations prohibited, but also those works which do not allow others to freely re-use them. All publications at Wikisource must be licensed in a manner which allows commercial uses as well as the creation of derivative works. Texts which do not comply with Wikisource's [[Wikisource:Copyright policy|copyright policy]] will be quickly removed. See [[Help:Copyright and Wikisource]] for general help finding copyright information.
 
An example of such acceptable research work is a [[wikipedia:thesis|thesis]] that has been scrutinized and accepted by a thesis committee of an accredited university.
 
=={{section|exception_to_originals|Adding value to source texts}}==
 
===Annotations===
Previously published versions of texts with annotations are the first priority here, but these may be unavailable for copyright reasons, out-of-date, or in need of improvement. This is often especially the case for pre-modern texts (such as [[WikisourcePortal:Ancient and Classical texts|ancient and classical]] or [[WikisourcePortal:Medieval texts|medieval]] texts).
 
Annotations may include critical data about the source text itself, footnoted commentaries about words or passages, references, sectioning and section titles, introductions, summaries, indices, pictures, et cetera. In all cases, annotations by contributors must be added in such a way that an undisturbed, "clean" source text is available, either through a technical means or by providing a parallel copy.
 
===Original contributions===
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Works created by Wikisource users or otherwise not published in a verifiable, usually peer-reviewed forum do '''not''' belong at Wikisource. Wikisource is not a method for an author to get his or her works published and make them available to other people, nor is it a site to discover "new talent".
 
* [[Wikisource:Copyright policy|Copyright policy]]
* [[Wikisource:Deletion policy]]
* [[Help:Contents]]
 
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