The Wikimedia Foundation is an American non-profit, charitable organization headquartered in San Francisco, California, but governed by Florida law.
The Wikimedia Foundation was founded in 2003 by Jimmy Wells. The number of employees of this foundation is 354 (2019). The Wikimedia Foundation had an annual revenue of $ 104.5 million in 2019 and an annual cost of more than $ 81 million. Katherine Marr is currently the Foundation's CEO, and Christoph Heener is the Chairman of the Wikimedia Foundation.
This foundation is known for hosting the online Wikipedia encyclopedia, as well as Wikibooks, Wikisource, Wikidata, Wikinews, Wikisource, Wikidata, Wikinews, Wikisource, Wikinews, Wikinews, Farawiki, and Wiktionary.
In 2001, an Internet entrepreneur named Jimmy Wells, along with Larry Sanger, founded the online communities of Wikipedia and Newpedia as online encyclopedias. This project is actually by Bumis; A trading company owned by Wales was established.
The goal of the Wikimedia Foundation is to expand and maintain open content, wiki-based projects, and to provide the full content of these projects to the public for free.
The foundation manages group projects on Wikipedia, Wiktionary, Wiktionary, Wikinews, WikiBooks, Wikinews, Wikinews, Wikinews, Wikiversity, and Wikisource, as well as Wikipedia.
Wikinews is a place where potential Wikimedia projects are written and reviewed in a variety of languages and in sister Wikis, such as Wikipedia, Wikibooks, Wikinews, Wikisource, and organized keywords. Wikinews is also a place where Wikimedia projects are evaluated for efficiency and competency. In this project, wikis are born.
Wikimedia Labs is one of the behind-the-scenes projects of the Wikimedia Foundation, which is tasked with testing developments and new manifestations of the MediaWiki software. This wiki is a copy of the English Wikiquote Database provided as sample content.