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Como eu posso saber se uma "wiki" ou outro site pertence a vocês?

Já que "wiki" é um termo genérico que pode ser usado por qualquer um, às vezes há confusão em relação a que sites são parte da Fundação Wikimedia. Além disso, outros sites podem usar o software MediaWiki—que é grátis e livre para qualquer um—e então terem uma aparência semelhante aos nossos projetos. Os únicos projetos que são parte da Fundação Wikimedia são os listados na página "Nossos Projetos"".

If you're trying to identify who owns a website that does not belong to us, you may need to look for a link on the site that indicates it is "About" the site or use a WHOIS tool.

If you should happen upon a website that uses the Wikimedia Foundation's marks or indicates it is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation but that is not on the list, we would appreciate you letting us know at answers@wikimedia.org.

Onde posso aprender sobre oportunidades de trabalho na Fundação Wikimedia?

Obrigado por seu interesse em contribuir com a Fundação Wikimedia.

Job openings are listed here. If you see a job that looks like a good match for you, please click on it to read a more complete description. Information on where to send your resume will be included in the description. Usually, there is a link at the bottom that says "Apply Now."

If none of the jobs currently listed there seem suitable to you, please keep an eye on that page. New job openings are listed there routinely as they become available.

Quais são os principais valores e convicções da Fundação Wikimedia?

The Wikimedia Foundation believes that all people everywhere should be afforded equal access to information. It supports network neutrality and the free culture movement. It believes in the need to conquer the digital divide, which results in the economic or cultural marginalization of individuals with limited access to technology. It respects the rights of human beings to basic privacy and dignity. The Wikimedia Foundation also believes that the environment is important; it strives for sustainable business practices.

The Foundation holds that censorship is incompatible with its mission. In May 2011, when the Board of Trustees passed its resolution on dealing with controversial content, it affirmed that "Wikimedia projects are not censored." Curating knowledge for an international community of all ages will certainly mean the display of materials that some may find offensive or upsetting. The Board supported the principle that users should be able to choose what content to access and encouraged the responsible curating of content so users might reasonably expect what they will encounter when viewing a page or using a feature, but continued in its explicit support of access to information for all.