Ụkpụrụ mmalite

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This page is a translated version of the page Founding principles and the translation is 25% complete.

Ọrụ Wikimedia nwere ụfọdụ ụkpụrụ ntọala jikọrọ ọnụ n' ọzụzụ oke. Ụkpụrụ ndị a nwere ike ịmalite ma ọ bụ nnwogharị ka oge na-aga, mana a na-ahụta ha dị ka ndị dị mkpa na ntọala nke ọrụ Wikimedia & ndash; ka a ghara inwe nghọtahie ya na Wikimedia Foundation (nke sitere na ọrụ Wikimedia). A na-atụkwa anya na ndị na-ekwenyeghị nke ọma na ha ga-asọpụrụ ha mgbe ha na-emekọ ihe na saịtị ma ọ bụ tụgharịa gaa na saịtị ọzọ. Ndị na-enweghị ike ma ọ bụ ndị na-achọghị mgbe ụfọdụ na-ahapụ ọrụ ahụ.

These principles include:

  1. Neutral point of view (NPOV) as a guiding editorial principle.
  2. The ability of almost anyone to edit (most) articles without registration.
  3. The "wiki process" as the final decision-making mechanism for all content.
  4. The creation of a welcoming and collegial editorial environment.
  5. Free licensing of content; in practice defined by each project as public domain, GFDL, CC BY-SA or CC BY.
  6. Maintaining room for fiat to help resolve particularly difficult problems. On a dozen projects, an Arbitration Committee has the authority to make certain binding, final decisions such as banning an editor.


Not all projects follow these principles in the same way.

  • Some apply neutrality by allowing a plurality of items that are individually not neutral (Commons, which says "Commons is not Wikipedia, and files uploaded here do not necessarily need to comply with the Neutral point of view"), or have a simpler principle of 'being fair' (Wikivoyage, which says "Travel guides should not be written from a neutral point of view").
  • Some allow non-wiki modes of collaboration and decision-making in some parts of their process (MediaWiki).
  • Some allow limited use of fair-use media or other media that are not freely licensed.

See also