Articles need removed from journal.tildeverse.org and tildegit.org.
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Deleting a branch is permanent. It CANNOT be undone. Continue?
I would like for these articles/files to be permanently removed from all domains, their subdomains, and from the repo history to avoid confusion.
I do not a) think it is technically possible to remove them from the repo, and b) are licensed under the same license in effect when they were committed (CC-BY-SA).
Perhaps one of these could help:
The articles are all rights reserved and were licensed for display on journal.tildeverse.org before you relicensed the entire site. The license for these articles have been revoked, and I want the articles and all copies removed.
That decision wasn't my own since the site was already re-licensed. Regardless, I want the articles removed.
You cannot revoke the license, unilaterally.
10 new people have cloned this repo in the past 45 minutes, and forked it.
We have no control over that, as git is distributed, unless they are violating the cc-by-sa license.
Regardless of whatever you say the license is, I want them removed from journal.tildeverse.org.
I just want the articles removed. This isn't too hard of a request to follow.
No. The CC-BY-SA applies, which you cannot unilaterally revoke.
If you keep re-opening this PR, you will be banned from the tildegit platform.