> > The goals of Wikimedia CH are indicated at §2.1 -- these are the > official goals, as defined by the bylaws. §2.3 is here to indicate that > there is some kind of link with the Wikimedia Foundation (WMF), which is > obviously required since we share their name, but it does not > influence by itself the goals as defined earlier.
You are in the right, our goal is: "...to support the creation, collection and distribution of Open Content in a not-for-profit way in order to support education and the equal opportunity of access to knowledge." If the foundation took a decision that we do not share (respecting our goal), we could refuse it following point 2,1 or must accept it following point 2.2? > > As I understand it, the word "share" is only informational, meaning: > "look, these are our goals, and the reason why we have chosen to pursue > these particular goals is because the WMF is doing this and that and we > like it". I don't think there is any legal possibility by which an > association could peg its goals to another entity, and have them change > any day without the members even knowing about the change -- no way. > The Bylaws should be not ambiguous. I suggest to define better the word "share" in point 2.2 adding another sentence more careful. Ilario _______________________________________________ Wikimediach-l mailing list Wikimediach-l@Wikipedia.org http://mail.wikipedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediach-l