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This page outlines the requirements and expectations of Wikimedia chapters as outlined by the Affiliations Committee. Chapters are independent non-profit organizations founded to support and promote the Wikimedia projects within a specified geographic area.

Requirements for recognition

Persyaratan membangun cabang Wikimedia yang diakui secara resmi disusun untuk membantu kelompok memenuhi harapan gerakan begitu kelompoknya diakui.

  1. Misi yang mendukung Wikimedia
    Misi organisasi harus sesuai dengan misi dan visi Wikimedia Foundation, serta prinsip-prinsip pemandu Wikimedia Foundation dan prinsip-prinsip afiliasi gerakan. Apa pun bentuk hukum atau metode pembentukan yang dipilih, cabang harus memiliki tujuan yang serupa dengan tujuan Wikimedia Foundation, dan aktivitasnya sebaiknya tidak jauh dari tujuan tersebut.
  2. Fokus geografis
    Cabang secara geografis berbasis/berdiam di sebuah yurisdiksi legal. Tidak seperti proyek, yang berbasis bahasa, cabang merupakan entitas yang memerlukan dasar geografis. Artinya cabang harus berdiam di suatu negara/yurisdiksi yang menawarkan cabang basis untuk struktur legal cabang. Basis ini sebaiknya berada di wilayah yang mereka layani. Meskipun bisa ada lebih dari satu kelompok pengguna melayani area geografis yang mirip atau sama, hanya bisa ada satu cabang yang mencakup suatu area fokus geografis.
  1. Legal structure
    The chapter must have a legal structure/corporation that is legally independent from the Wikimedia Foundation. Chapters are meant to give a real-life structure to projects that might arise from contributors or external parties in line with the goals of the Wikimedia Foundation. However, chapters are not meant to operate the Wikimedia projects nor to be legally responsible for the content of the projects. In order to achieve that, it is necessary that the legal structure chosen for the creation of a chapter is clearly independent from the Wikimedia Foundation. The organization's governing documents, generally by-laws, must be reviewed and approved by the Affiliations Committee.
  1. Critical mass of active Wikimedia contributor involvement
    The chapter must involve at least ten, preferably at least twenty, active contributors to the Wikimedia projects. An active contributor is defined as a members with 300 or more contributions to a Wikimedia project on a registered account that has existed for more than 6 months in good community standing (meaning they are not currently suspended or otherwise prevented from participating). While chapters should welcome the input of people who are not active contributors to the Wikimedia projects, they should not stay too far from the community. The active involvement of contributors to the Wikimedia projects is necessary for a chapter to be able to bring real-life initiatives tied to the Wikimedia projects to life. Initial membership should broadly reflect the intended scope, geographic area of activity, and chosen languages of operation of the organization.
  1. At least two years of activities
    Groups must have two years of demonstrable programmatic results prior to applying for chapter recognition. Ideally these activities should be done as a recognized Wikimedia user group. These activities, and their results, must be documented on-wiki, ideally on the group's Meta-Wiki page. Wide outreach efforts to encourage participation and involvement in setting up and shaping the organization are necessary. Activities should be a mixture of online and offline activities designed to encourage participation on the Wikimedia projects. The group must be up to date on its activity and financial reports prior to being considered for recognition.
  1. Capacity, or planned capacity, to meet the future expectations
    Something that makes chapters and thematic organizations unique from user groups are the increased expectations. Does your group have the capacity to meet the expectations of chapters once you receive recognition? This will be something both the Affiliations Committee and Board of Trustees will consider in reviewing your application. If your group does not have a track record of activities which indicate that you will successfully be able to meet these expectations, that can cause your application to be denied. Consideration will be given for the financial circumstances of the group, realistic demands in your group's focus area, and plans to secure future funding to meet these expectations.

Perbandingan persyaratan model-model afiliasi
Persyaratan Cabang Organisasi tematik Kelompok pengguna Wikimedia
Penyunting Wikimedia aktif minimum 10 10 3
Anggota minimum yang disarankan 20 20 10
Fokus Geografis Tematik Apa pun yang memajukan Wikimedia
Misi sejalan dengan Wikimedia Foundation
Mematuhi pedoman penamaan dan kebijakan merek dagang
Informasi tentang kelompok dipublikasikan di sebuah wiki Wikimedia
Merencanakan aktivitas atau usaha memajukan proyek-proyek Wikimedia
Menerima anggota baru
Dua kontak untuk Wikimedia Foundation
Terbentuk secara hukum
Anggaran Rumah Tangga yang bisa diubah dan telah disetujui oleh Komite Afiliasi
Sudah dua tahun aktif sebelum mengajukan
Memerlukan pengakuan dari Dewan Wikimedia Foundation
Dewan pengurus dipilih oleh anggota, termasuk anggota baru
Laporan aktivitas dan finansial dipublikasikan secara rutin di Meta-Wiki
Mampu mewakili gerakan Wikimedia di area fokusnya
Waktu pengembangan yang tipikal 2–3 years 2–3 years 1–4 months
Perkiraan waktu mendapat pengakuan 4–6 months 4–6 months 1–3 weeks

Expectations beyond recognition

Beyond the requirements for recognition, which continue to be requirements for groups after they are recognized, there are a number of expectations from the Wikimedia community on the activities and operations of a chapter.

  • Regular on-wiki financial and activity reports
    Chapters are required to post at least one detailed annual report on their activities and finances on the Meta-Wiki reports page. The community has come to see that signs of a healthy organization also include reports throughout the year and a published annual plan for the organization. While an annual plan and regular reports are not required for affiliation status, they may be required for grants, and are a community expectation.
  • Notification of governing document and leadership changes
    The group's governing documents are initially reviewed and approved by the Affiliations Committee. The agreement with chapters also requires that they notify the Wikimedia Foundation of any changes to those documents. The community also expects that the current governing body of the organization is identified on Meta-Wiki.
  • Multiple offline and online activities each quarter
    The fundamental goal of the Wikimedia movement affiliates model is to promote collaboration on the Wikimedia projects. Affiliates are expected to hold a variety of events, both online and offline, to help support this goal.
  • Monitor and respond to communications issues related to group's scope
    A chapter is expected to have the capacity to monitor, and when necessary, respond to communications issues related to their thematic scope. That includes monitoring of media coverage of their topic when it involves Wikimedia, and distributing information about Wikimedia activities to the group's members and network. chapters are expected to coordinate with the Wikimedia Foundation Communications department while performing these tasks.
  • Monitor and respond to public policy matters related to group's scope
    A chapter is expected to have the capacity to monitor, and when necessary, respond to public policy matters related to the group's scope. All Wikimedia organizations are expected to utilize effect strategy when performing these tasks, and not engage on issues outside the scope of Wikimedia's mission. Movement affiliates are encouraged to focus on five primary areas the Wikimedia Foundation has identified for Wikimedia public policy activities. They are strongly encouraged to utilize the public policy site maintained and developed by the Wikimedia Foundation, and coordinate with the Wikimedia Foundation Legal department while performing these tasks.
  • Maintain expertise within group's scope that is accessible to Wikimedia community
    Chapters are expected to both maintain an expertise within the group's geographic scope and make that expertise accessible to the broader Wikimedia movement. This important resource role helps volunteer working on the Wikimedia projects to have documented knowledge bases to contact for assistance in performing Wikimedia tasks.
  • Collaboration with other affiliates and volunteer projects
    Wikimedia chapters are expected to play a coordinating role within their respective thematic focus, and this is a distinctive role they play among Wikimedia organizations. While there can be several other affiliates working within the group's geographic focus, there will be only one chapter. Entities working on a geographic focus are not in a hierarchy, but need to agree how to co-exist to streamline their communication and avoid duplicate work.
  • Represent Wikimedia at public events related to group's scope
    Based on their geographic focus expertise and utilizing their communications capacity, chapters are expected to have the capacity to represent the Wikimedia movement and its interests at public events when called upon to do so.
  • Diverse funding sources
    Chapters are expected to seek funding from diverse sources. Chapters are strongly encouraged to utilize the Wikimedia Foundation's grants program. However, chapters are also expected to explore other means of funding, such as member dues, outside grants, or traditional fundraising activities.

Perbandingan harapan untuk model-model afiliasi
Harapan Cabang Organisasi tematik Kelompok pengguna Wikimedia
Aktivitas luring dan daring untuk mendukung Wikimedia
Beberapa setiap triwulan

Beberapa setiap triwulan

Paling tidak satu setiap tahun
Memberitahukan perubahan dokumen atau kepemimpinan pengurus
Mematuhi kebijakan gerakan dan prinsip-prinsip yang mengatur
Berkolaborasi dengan afiliasi dan proyek lain
Menerbitkan laporan tahunan di Meta-Wiki


Maintain expertise within group's scope that is accessible to Wikimedia community
Menerbitkan laporan aktivitas dan keuangan reguler di Meta-Wiki
Mengawasi dan melakukan komunikasi topik yang terkait dengan cakupan kelompok
Memerhatikan dan mengurus masalah kebijakan publik yang terkait dengan cakupan kelompok
Mewakili Wikimedia pada acara publik yang terkait dengan cakupan kelompok
Sumber dana yang beragam