Wikisecessionism

Community
Anti-wiki
Conflict-driven view
False community
Wikiculture
Wikifaith
The Wiki process
The wiki way
Darwikinism
Power structure
Wikianarchism
Wikibureaucracy
Wikidemocratism
WikiDemocracy
Wikidespotism
Wikifederalism
Wikihierarchism
Wikimeritocracy
Wikimobocracy
Wikindividualism
Wikioligarchism
Wikiplutocracy
Wikirepublicanism
Wikiscepticism
Wikitechnocracy
Collaboration
Antifactionalism
Factionalism
Social
Exopedianism
Mesopedianism
Metapedianism
Overall content structure
Transclusionism
Antitransclusionism
Categorism
Structurism
Encyclopedia standards
Deletionism
Delusionism
Exclusionism
Inclusionism
Precisionism
Notability
Essentialism
Incrementalism
Article length
Mergism
Separatism
Measuring accuracy
Eventualism
Immediatism
Miscellaneous
Antiovertranswikism
Mediawikianism
Post-Deletionism
Transwikism
Wikidynamism
Wikisecessionism
Redirectionism

Wikisecessionism refers to efforts by WMF wikis to fork or otherwise break away from the Wikimedia Foundation (WMF) umbrella. A notable example was the Enciclopedia Libre Universal en Español. These efforts could be motivated by many reasons: due to philosophical issues such as disagreement with the WMF on the direction where they are aiming to led the Wikimedia project and movement, due to financial issues or how the projects' resources are being used, or due to controversial measures that would impact the community and the free knowledge, such as the now foregone controversy about adding advertisements to Wikipedia to get funding (what led to the secession of Spanish Wikipedia to Enciclopedia Libre Universal en Español).