What is the point of all this Wikia-bashing? Our Creative Commons licensing allows anyone
, even Corporate Satan, (that right there needs a picture or something) to redistribute our work as long as their version is also available under the same license. The fact that Wikia or anyone wants to host a copy or fork of our content should be perceived as flattering if we really do believe in the Creative Commons mindset. (As I do) What isn't Creative Commons is our name, Illogicopedia, which ought to be trademarked. If their site has the same name as ours, that
would be something to complain about, not the fact that they've copied our content within the terms of our license.
Though, as I understand it, even if we don't have a registered trademark we should be protected on the name because our use of it on EditThis before we moved to Wikia is clearly an example of "prior art" which would show anyone else's attempt to trademark the name to be fraudulent.
Just thought I'd enlighten anyone who's not aware of the legal issues surrounding the whole Illogicopedia vs Wikia thing.