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Behavior that other contributors view as ownership may not mean an explicit claim to owning the book. More frequently, the term is used to describe an unwillingness to discuss or compromise. One clear indicator of a problem is when one contributor repeatedly reverts or otherwise removes the work of other contributors. Because of the hard work involved in creating a book, strong opinions about the book's content are natural, but if you find yourself doing this, then it is time to stop and discuss. A willingness to discussion and compromise keeps everyone on equal terms in deciding what goes into books.
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