Why not wikimeedia cant grow without forighn funds.Almost all
technichal platforms are developed+code is gnu licenced
And all most all contents in web is licenced under creative commons
licence. and in india we have 110 millions of population.So many
indians are trained in global standards.
I thinks this is a time to think a complete indian wiki.
This is what i felt that's all.
On 4/30/14, Kevin Gorman <kgorman(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I would equally suggest that trying to cut off or
limit the flow of funds
to the movement because you're upset that someone is being overpaid is
putting your personal interest above the movement's interest. I mean, if
you were literally successful in your stated goal, the movement would no
longer *exist*. I'm sure the FDC will take relevant factors in to
consideration when looking at CIS's request, there's no need for hyperbolic
calls to start a donation boycott. If this were truly just about
profligate spending, there's probably a hundred things in the Wikimedia
movement you could latch on to that are more outrageous.
On Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 8:57 AM, Ravishankar <ravidreams(a)gmail.com> wrote:
It isn't about the exact numbers and percentages. It is about integrity.
You accept that you are getting over paid and yet you won't fix it, then
it is putting your personal interest above the movement's interest.
You call yourself a non-proft and yet you pay a salary that is far above
And when we ask for results or performance analysis, you say that we
measure that yet.
CIS acknowledges that it is over paying its
to industry standards and their own institution's salary
structure. Yet, 51.26% of their
to payments towards full time staff, resource persons and consultants
(line items 1, 7 and 11.2). This is against the guidelines issued to the
rising cost of institutionalization.
This inflated structure is a mistake created by WMF and it should own the
responsibility of fixing it.
Just because movement funds are available in plenty, you don't go around
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