Le Tuesday 12 April 2005 16:02, Dariusz Siedlecki a écrit :
I've wanted to inform everyone who isn't aware
yet, that the Polish
Wikimedia community started to plan the upcoming of the Wikimedia
Poland community, which would act as a local chapter to the Wikimedia
Welcome to Wikimedia Poland. ;o)
Right now, we're gathering info and informing
users on the good and
the bad sides of having a more "legal" way of operating the Polish
We need at least 15 interested people to start the organization. We
won't spend almost any money on start, apart from some basic
registration fees (a few dollars) and a domain - Wikimedia.pl.
The current list of people interested in founding the organization is
listed over on meta, to be more precise, here -
We haven't informed the local communities on anything yet. First we
want to gather more info, and when we'll actually have the first real
participants and some words of courage, we'll post the info on every
local village pump in every project.
Now, my only question is, what should we exactly do after registering
our organization, to become a local Wikimedia chapter?
I think this has to be written in the bylaws.
Wikimédia France is a legal representant of Wikimedia Foundation Inc. in
France, as defined in the bylaws.
AFAIK, Wikimedia Deutschland has chosen a less formal status.
I'll try to inform foundation-l on any new
progress as soon as it happens.
Secretary of Wikimédia France
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