Difference between revisions of "Internal:Website access policy amendment"

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This is a proposed amendment to add to our [[Technology access policy]].  By documenting this online, we can wikilink to it in the comments of any block or deletion on wikidc.org or other such sites.
 
  
Wikimedia DC's public web sites exist to support activities by the chapter's members to accomplish of the chapter's mission.   Accounts, pages, and edits created by non-members may be deleted without ceremony unless they are known to meet this criterion.
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Below is a proposed amendment to add to our [[Technology access policy]] as Article V.5.  It addresses spam pages and accounts.  By documenting this policy online, we can wikilink to it in the comments associated with blocks or deletions on wikidc.org and other chapter web sites.
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:5. <u>Termination of Web Site Accounts</u>.  Wikimedia DC's public websites are intended to support activities by the chapter's members to accomplish of the chapter's mission. Authorized chapter members may immediately delete accounts, pages, and edits on those websites that do not clearly meet this mission-oriented criterion.

Revision as of 02:41, 20 May 2018

Workspace: Audit Status: Draft

Below is a proposed amendment to add to our Technology access policy as Article V.5. It addresses spam pages and accounts. By documenting this policy online, we can wikilink to it in the comments associated with blocks or deletions on wikidc.org and other chapter web sites.

5. Termination of Web Site Accounts. Wikimedia DC's public websites are intended to support activities by the chapter's members to accomplish of the chapter's mission. Authorized chapter members may immediately delete accounts, pages, and edits on those websites that do not clearly meet this mission-oriented criterion.