|নিম্নলিখিত উইকিপিডিয়া:নীতিমালা ও নির্দেশাবলী সম্পর্কিত পাতাটি বর্তমানে ইংরেজিতে আছে বা অনুবাদের কাজ চলছে। দয়া করে এটি অনুবাদ করে আমাদেরকে সহায়তা করুন। যদি অনুবাদ করা শেষ হয়ে থাকে এই নোটিশটি সরিয়ে নিন।|
উইকিপিডিয়া কী নয়
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কোন মৌলিক গবেষণা নয়
জীবিত ব্যক্তির জীবনী
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এই সারসংক্ষেপ পাতায় বিভিন্ন নীতিমালা পাতার বিষয়বস্তুর বর্ণনা করা হয়েছে এবং এই বর্ণনা কোনভাবেই মূল নীতিমালা পাতার লেখাকে বাতিল করে না। যেখানে অমিল পাওয়া যাবে, সেখানে মূল নীতিমালা পাতাই সঠিক বলে ধরা হবে। এই পাতায় পরিবর্তণ করা নীতিমালায় কোন পরিবর্তণসাধন করে না। তেমনিভাবে, এই সারসংক্ষেপ পাতায় কোন নতুন পাতা যোগ করলেই তা নীতিমালার পর্যায়ে উন্নীত হয় না। নীতিমালা জনমতের ভিত্তিতে গৃহীত হয়। বিস্তারিত জানতে উইকিপিডিয়া:নীতিমালা ও নির্দেশাবলী দেখুন।
নীতিমালাগুলো আসলে কি, এগুলো কিভাবে তৈরি করা হয় এবং এগুলো আমরা কেন গ্রহণকরি এসব ব্যাপারে সাধারন ধারণার জন্য উইকিপিডিয়া:নীতিমালা ও নির্দেশাবলী দেখুন। এছাড়াও আপনি বর্ণনা ছাড়া সব নীতিমালাগুলো পাবেন বিষয়শ্রেণী:উইকিপিডিয়ার নীতিমালা এখানে।
এই পাতায় নীতিমালাগুলোকে আমরা নিম্ন বর্ণিত বিভাগসমূহে শ্রেণীবদ্ধ করেছি:
- Behavioral: standards for behavior on Wikipedia to make it a pleasant experience for everyone.
- Content: define which topics are welcome on Wikipedia, and provide quality and naming standards.
- Deletion: the body of policies dealing with page deletion.
- Enforcement: what actions editors can take to enforce other policies.
- Legal and copyright: law-based rules about what material may be used here, and remedies for misuse.
A quick note: you can "ignore all rules": any policy, guideline, or other rule may be ignored if it hinders improving Wikipedia.
- Administrators, like all editors, are not perfect beings. However, in general, they are expected to act as role models within the community, and a good general standard of civility, fairness, and general conduct both to editors and in content matters, is expected. When acting as administrators, they are also expected to be fair, exercise good judgment, and give explanations and be communicative as necessary.
- Programs that update pages automatically in a useful and harmless way may be welcome, as long as their owners seek approval first and are careful to keep them from running amok or being a drain on resources.
- Being rude, insensitive or petty makes people upset and stops Wikipedia from working well. Try to discourage others from being uncivil, and be careful to avoid offending people unintentionally. Mediation is available if needed.
- Most editing decisions are made by a continually evolving rough consensus among editors.
- Resolving disputes
- The first step to resolving any dispute is to talk to those who disagree with you. If that fails, there are more structured forms of discussion available.
- Editing policy
- Improve pages wherever you can, and don't worry about leaving them imperfect. It is advisable to explain major changes.
- Edit warring
- If someone challenges your edits, discuss it with them and seek a compromise, or seek dispute resolution. Do not just fight over competing views and versions. Do not revert any single page in whole or in part more than three times in twenty-four hours. (Otherwise an administrator may block your account).
- Do not stop other editors from enjoying Wikipedia by making threats, nitpicking good-faith edits to different articles, repeated annoying and unwanted contacts, repeated personal attacks or posting personal information.
- IP block exemption
- Editors in good standing whose editing is disrupted by unrelated blocks or firewalls may request IP block exemption, which allows editing on an otherwise-blocked IP address.
- No legal threats
- Use dispute resolution rather than legal threats, for everyone's sake. We respond quickly to complaints of defamation or copyright infringement. If you do take legal action, please refrain from editing until it is resolved.
- No personal attacks
- Do not make personal attacks anywhere in Wikipedia. Comment on content, not on the contributor. Personal attacks damage the community and deter editors. Nobody likes abuse.
- Ownership of articles
- You do not own articles. If you create or edit an article, know that others will edit it, and within reason, you should not prevent them from doing so.
- Sock puppetry
- Do not use multiple accounts to create the illusion of greater support for an issue, to mislead others, or to circumvent a block; nor ask your friends to create accounts to support you or anyone.
- Username policy
- Choose a neutral username with which you will be happy. You can usually change your name if you need to by asking, but you cannot delete it.
- Vandalism is any addition, deletion, or change to content made in a deliberate attempt to compromise the integrity of the encyclopedia. It is inappropriate behavior for an online encyclopedia.
- Wheel war
- Do not repeat an administrative action when you know that another administrator opposes it. (Applies to administrators only)
- Biographies of living persons
- Articles about living persons, which require a degree of sensitivity, must adhere strictly to Wikipedia's content policies. Be very firm about high-quality references, particularly about details of personal lives. "Unsourced or poorly sourced contentious material — whether negative, positive, or just questionable — about living persons should be removed immediately and without discussion from Wikipedia articles, talk pages, user pages, and project space."
- Naming conventions
- Generally, article naming should give priority to what the majority of English speakers worldwide would most easily recognize, with a reasonable minimum of ambiguity, while at the same time making linking to those articles easy and second nature.
- Neutral point of view
- Everything that our readers can see, including templates, categories and portals, should be written from a Neutral Point of View.
- No original research
- Articles may not contain any unpublished theories, data, statements, concepts, arguments, or ideas; or any new interpretation, analysis, or synthesis of published data, statements, concepts, arguments, or ideas that, in the words of Wikipedia's co-founder Jimbo Wales, would amount to a "novel narrative or historical interpretation."
- Non-free content criteria
- The Exemption Doctrine Policy for the English Wikipedia. The cases in which you can declare an image, audio clip, or video clip "fair use" are quite narrow. You must specify the exact use, and only use the image or clip in that one context.
- We cannot check the accuracy of claims, but we can check whether the claims have been published by a reputable publication. Articles should therefore cite sources whenever possible. Any unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
- What Wikipedia is not
- Wikipedia is an online encyclopedia. Please avoid the temptation to use Wikipedia for other purposes.
- Attack pages
- A Wikipedia article, page, category, redirect or image that exists primarily to disparage its subject is an "attack page". These pages are subject to being deleted by any administrator at any time.
- Category deletion policy
- Deleting categories follows roughly the same process as articles, except that it is described on a different page. Categories that do not conform to naming conventions can be "speedily renamed".
- Criteria for speedy deletion
- Articles, images, categories etc. may be "speedily deleted" if they clearly fall within certain categories, which generally boil down to pages lacking content, or disruptive pages. Anything potentially controversial should go through the deletion process instead.
- Deletion policy
- Deleting articles requires an administrator and generally follows a consensus-forming process. Most potentially controversial deletions require a three-step process and a waiting period of a week.
- Office actions
- The Wikimedia Foundation office reserves the right to speedily delete an article temporarily in cases of exceptional controversy.
- Page revisions can be deleted for legal reasons.
- Proposed deletion
- As a shortcut around the Articles for Deletion ("AfD") process, for uncontroversial deletions an article can be proposed for deletion, though once only. If no one contests the proposed deletion within seven days, an administrator may delete the article.
- Appealing a block
- Rules for having a block lifted.
- Arbitration policy
- Rules for how the Arbitration Committee decides Requests for arbitration.
- Banning policy
- Extremely disruptive editors may be banned from Wikipedia. Please respect these bans, do not bait banned users, and do not help them out. Bans can be appealed to Jimbo Wales or the Arbitration Committee, depending on the nature of the ban.
- Blocking policy
- Disruptive editors can be blocked from editing for short or long amounts of time.
- A steward may block an IP address or IP address range from editing all WMF projects to prevent cross-wiki disruption or to enforce the prohibition against editing from open proxies. Globally blocked editors may be unblocked locally, at the discretion of an Administrator.
- Mediation policy
- Rules for how the Mediation Committee conducts formal mediation.
- Open proxies
- Open proxies may be blocked from editing for any period at any time to deal with editing abuse.
- Protection policy
- Pages can be protected against vandals or during fierce content disputes. Protected pages can, but in general should not, be edited by administrators. In addition, pages undergoing frequent vandalism can be semi-protected to block edits by very new or unregistered editors.
Legal and copyright[সম্পাদনা]
Outside of policies, such as those below and the office actions policy, Wikipedia does not censor itself of content that may be objectionable or offensive, or adopt other perennial legal proposals, so long as it obeys the law of the United States and state of Florida. Legal issues are raised by filing a formal complaint with the Wikimedia Foundation.
- CheckUser is a tool allowed to be used by a small number of editors who are permitted to examine user IP information and other server log data under certain circumstances, for the purposes of protecting Wikipedia against actual and potential disruption and abuse.
- Material which infringes other copyrights must not be added. The legalities of copyright and "fair use" are quite complex.
- Copyright violations
- Wikipedia has no tolerance for copyright violations in our encyclopedia, and we actively strive to find and remove any violations.
- Image use policy
- Generally avoid uploading non-free images; fully describe images' sources and copyright details on their description pages, and try to make images as useful and reusable as possible.
- It is Wikipedia policy to delete libelous revisions from the page history. If you believe you have been defamed, please contact us.
- Reusing Wikipedia content
- Most of Wikipedia's material may be freely used under the CC-BY-SA and GFDL, which means you must credit authors, relicense the material under CC-BY-SA or GFDL and allow free access to it.
- Wikipedia:Text of Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
- This is the license under which all text and many images on Wikipedia are released.
- Text of the GNU Free Documentation License
- This is a license under which much of the text and many images on Wikipedia are co-released.
- Wikipedia:Policies and guidelines
- Wikimedia Foundation policies
- Wikipedia:List of guidelines
- Wikipedia:How to create policy
- All recent changes in policy pages.