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Wikimedia Foundation Universal Code of Conduct

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Wikimedia Foundation Universal Code of Conduct

tan seme la mi wile e ni?

mi wile ni: jan ale o pali lon pali Wikimedia. ni la jan ale li ken pana e sona. kulupu mi o kule, o jo e jan ale, o ken kepeken. kulupu o pona tawa jan open. lipu ni li ken pona e ni, li kama ante. pali mi li utala e jan ike.

wile pi esun Wikimedia e ni: jan ale lon pali Wikimedia li:

  • pona e ma pi sona ale
  • lon kulupu kule, li weka e sona pi kule ala
  • wile e sona lon e sona tan lipu pona

lipu ni li toki e ni: sina ken pali e seme? ma ale la lipu ni li lon. jan ale la lipu ni li lon. anpa la ni li lon:

  • len anu len ala la jan li pali kulupu.
  • jan lon kulupu li toki e wile ona.
  • jan li lon poka pi jan ante.
  • jan li toki e pali ilo.
  • jan li pali e sitelen.
  • jan li pona e kulupu kepeken kulupu ante.

1 – open

lipu ni li pana e lawa ni: nasin seme la mi pali lon tenpo kulupu lon pali Wikimedia? kulupu li ken suli e lawa ni. taso, ona li ken ala lili e lawa ni.

lipu ni li lon lon jan ale. jan ala li ken weka e lipu ni. jan li pakala e lawa ni la, ijo ike li kama tawa ona. ni la jan pi pali suli (toki Inli: Functionaries) li ken pana e ijo ike tawa jan pakala. kulupu Wikimedia kin li ken pali e ni.

2 – pali pona

ni li suli ala: jan li sin anu suli, jan li jo e pali suli, jan li kipisi pi kulupu Wikimedia. jan ale o pali pona.

pali ale en ma ale la o pali e ni: o pana e pilin pona. o pona e jan ante. o pali pona lon poka jan. suli anu lili, eliki anu eliki ala, tan ma, lukin sijelo, nasin sewi, kulupu jan, ken toki, mije anu meli, kule anu kule ala, jan lawa anu jan anpa. ni li suli ala. o pona tawa jan ale. jan pi nimi suli en jan pi pali suli la lawa ni li lon kin li mi pali sama.

2.1 - o pana e pilin pona

ale jan lon pali Wikimedia o pana e pilin pona tawa jan ante. toki weka anu toki poka la sina o toki pona.

ni la ni anpa li ken:

  • pilin sama jan ante o kute o alasa sona e toki pi jan ante. ni o ken: sina utala, li ante, e sona sina, e pali sina, e toki sina.
  • o pali pona

pali sina o pona e pali. o toki e pali pi jan ante lon nasin pilin pona. o pana lon nasin ni: ni li pona e pali.

jan ante la o pilin e kon pona tan li lon ala la o pilin pona lon kon pi jan ante. tan li lon ala o pilin e ni: jan ante li alasa pona e pali kulupu. taso, toki ike la ni li lon ala.

  • Respect the way that contributors name and describe themselves. People may use specific terms to describe themselves. As a sign of respect, use these terms when communicating with or about these people, where linguistically or technically feasible. Examples include:
    • Ethnic groups may use a specific name to describe themselves, rather than the name historically used by others;
    • People may have names that use letters, sounds, or words from their language which may be unfamiliar to you;
    • People who identify with a certain sexual orientation or gender identity using distinct names or pronouns;
    • People having a particular physical or mental disability may use particular terms to describe themselves
  • During in-person meetings, we will be welcoming to everyone and we will be mindful and respectful of each other's preferences, boundaries, sensibilities, traditions and requirements.

2.2 – Civility, collegiality, mutual support and good citizenship

We strive towards the following behaviours:

  • Civility is politeness in behaviour and speech amongst people, including strangers.
  • Collegiality is the friendly support that people engaged in a common effort extend to each other.
  • Mutual support and good citizenship means taking active responsibility for ensuring that the Wikimedia projects are productive, pleasant and safe spaces, and contribute to the Wikimedia mission.

This includes but is not limited to:

  • Mentorship and coaching: Helping newcomers to find their way and acquire essential skills.
  • Looking out for fellow contributors: Lend them a hand when they need support, and speak up for them when they are treated in a way that falls short of expected behaviour as per the Universal Code of Conduct.
  • Recognize and credit the work done by contributors: Thank them for their help and work. Appreciate their efforts and give credit where it is due.

3 – pali ike

The Universal Code of Conduct aims to help community members identify situations of bad behaviour. The following behaviours are considered unacceptable within the Wikimedia movement:

3.1 – jan li pali ike tawa ante la

This includes any behaviour intended primarily to intimidate, outrage or upset a person, or any behaviour where this would reasonably be considered the most likely main outcome. Behaviour can be considered harassment if it is beyond what a reasonable person would be expected to tolerate in a global, intercultural environment. Harassment often takes the form of emotional abuse, especially towards people who are in a vulnerable position, and may include contacting workplaces or friends and family members in an effort to intimidate or embarrass. In some cases, behaviour that would not rise to the level of harassment in a single case can become harassment through repetition. Harassment includes but is not limited to:

  • Insults: This includes name calling, using slurs or stereotypes, and any attacks based on personal characteristics. Insults may refer to perceived characteristics like intelligence, appearance, ethnicity, race, religion (or lack thereof), culture, caste, sexual orientation, gender, sex, disability, age, nationality, political affiliation, or other characteristics. In some cases, repeated mockery, sarcasm, or aggression constitute insults collectively, even if individual statements would not.
  • Sexual harassment: Sexual attention or advances of any kind towards others where the person knows or reasonably should know that the attention is unwelcome or in situations where consent cannot be communicated.
  • Threats: Explicitly or implicitly suggesting the possibility of physical violence, unfair embarrassment, unfair and unjustified reputational harm, or intimidation by suggesting gratuitous legal action to win an argument or force someone to behave the way you want.
  • Encouraging harm to others: This includes encouraging someone else to commit self-harm or suicide as well as encouraging someone to conduct violent attacks on a third party.
  • Disclosure of personal data (Doxing): sharing other contributors' private information, such as name, place of employment, physical or email address without their explicit consent either on the Wikimedia projects or elsewhere, or sharing information concerning their Wikimedia activity outside the projects.
  • Hounding: following a person across the project(s) and repeatedly critiquing their work mainly with the intent to upset or discourage them. If problems are continuing after efforts to communicate and educate, communities may need to address them through established community processes.
  • Trolling: Deliberately disrupting conversations or posting in bad-faith to intentionally provoke.

3.2 – kepeken lawa lon nasin ike

Abuse occurs when someone in a real or perceived position of power, privilege, or influence engages in disrespectful, cruel, and/or violent behaviour towards other people. In Wikimedia environments, it may take the form of verbal or psychological abuse and may overlap with harassment.

  • Abuse of office by functionaries, officials and staff: use of authority, knowledge, or resources at the disposal of designated functionaries, as well as officials and staff of the Wikimedia Foundation or Wikimedia affiliates, to intimidate or threaten others.
  • Abuse of seniority and connections: Using one's position and reputation to intimidate others. We expect people with significant experience and connections in the movement to behave with special care because hostile comments from them may carry an unintended backlash. People with community authority have a particular privilege to be viewed as reliable and should not abuse this to attack others who disagree with them.
  • Psychological manipulation: Maliciously causing someone to doubt their own perceptions, senses, or understanding with the objective to win an argument or force someone to behave the way you want.

3.3 – jan li ike e pali Wikimedia la

Deliberately introducing biased, false, inaccurate or inappropriate content, or hindering, impeding or otherwise hampering the creation (and/or maintenance) of content. This includes but is not limited to:

  • The repeated arbitrary or unmotivated removal of any content without appropriate discussion or providing explanation
  • Systematically manipulating content to favour specific interpretations of facts or points of view (also by means of unfaithful or deliberately false rendering of sources and altering the correct way of composing editorial content)
  • Hate speech in any form, or discriminatory language aimed at vilifying, humiliating, inciting hatred against individuals or groups on the basis of who they are or their personal beliefs
  • The use of symbols, images, categories, tags or other kinds of content that are intimidating or harmful to others outside of the context of encyclopedic, informational use. This includes imposing schemes on content intended to marginalize or ostracize.