Wikiteknokrati

This page is a translated version of the page Wikitechnocracy and the translation is 43% complete.
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Wikiteknokrati förespråkar att Wikipedia och andra instanser i wikisfären ska vara aktiva teknokratier som investerar makt och auktoritet i tekniska experter i deras respektive fält.

Det favoriserar centraliserat, ibland wikihierarkiskt ledarskap snarare än utveckling genom decentraliserad, wikidynamisk process av spontana order.

An example of a wikitechnocratic body is the bot approval group; its reason for being is that most members of the community do not understand bots, and therefore are not well-equipped to make bot approval decisions.

One of the arguments for wikitechnocracy is that it takes time for the community to reach consensus, and in the meantime progress is held up.

Sometimes, the community may never reach consensus, and the system permanently stagnates on that issue.

The Wikimedia Foundation and its developers have played a major leadership role in helping technical and other standards emerge in the wikisphere. For example, the mw:coding conventions page lists practices that are expected to be followed in all code checked into git, and the system of +2 approvers ensures that there is an orderly system of deciding what should go in the core. This has been influential on the technical aspects of the wikisphere.