Uikioligarchism

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Wikioligarchism is the philosophy that the wiki should be run by a small, self-selected board.

Arguably, certain aspects of the Wikimedia Foundation and its wikis are oligarchical in nature; for example, the WMF Board of Trustees fills some of its own vacancies rather than holding community elections for every seat.