This is an open letter to the Affiliations Committee, a majority of those
happen to be on this list. This message is however also on the Indian
Mailing List .
All information in relation from Reports  to financial and legal status
have been repeatedly shared on the list .
I think this discussion will have a better direction if it is first done on
the Wikimedia India community mailing list. I say so because, many
Wikimedians in India (non-members) and active affiliates (such as
user-groups) haven't heard from the Chapter for a long time about its
Reading about these developments in India has been absolutely painful, and
a sad reminiscent of a number of past situations.
Most of all, the case with Wikimedia Portugal, when AffCom started imposing
restrictions and "mediation plans" without having any kind of official
hearing with the
I will try and simplify
(a) *What is the exact and complete set of reasons that Affcom put the
chapter on suspension?*
This has been listed under six bullet points in my initial mail. I
encourage you and everyone reading here to have a look at them. I have
further shared a synopsis
Thanks Abhinav for your email. I'm having a hard time splitting the email
out in a) what is the exact and complete set of reasons that Affcom put the
chapter on suspension. b) what additional complaints are part of the big
picture. c) what is the response from WMIN.
I realize it is really hard