At the bottom of each Wikivoyage page is a pair of links to a competing fork of the same project (Wikitravel). These need to be cut back to the bare minimum needed to give attribution of edits to the authors (and no, Internet Brands Inc. is *not* the author).
On the Canadian-language versions I currently see:
"Cet article est tiré de l'article Wikitravel:Café des Voyageurs sur wikitravel.org/fr dans sa révision du 15 juillet 2012 à 10:04 (UTC)..."
"Cet article est tiré de l'article Abondance sur wikitravel.org/fr dans sa révision du 25 janvier 2009 à 20:11 (UTC)...."
"This article is derived from the article Wikitravel:Travellers' pub on wikitravel.org/en in its revision from 15:09, 3 August 2012 (UTC)..."
"This article is derived from the article 's-Hertogenbosch on wikitravel.org/en in its revision from 23:01, 24 July 2011 (UTC)..."
The second link in these (Abondance, ś-Hertogenbosch) is spurious. It appears on every page - the selection of spurious target merely changing from one language version to another.
The clickable link to WT is unnecessary. We have the full edit history already. The only attribution needed is to pin an edit on "user:XYZ at wikitravel" - we are not obligated by the license to link to that site and especially should not be linking to anything there without rel="nofollow" as this is going to get us penalised for duplicate content in search engines.