Wikipedia: WikiProjects Selected articles
May 19, 2022
This wikiproject is designed to guide users through the process of creating and/or nominating an article to the selected article. These are the criteria: The article (a) well written: prose is beautiful and professionally standard; (b) comprehensive: major facts and details are not forgotten; (c) accurate: claims must be verifiable, represent published wisdom, and supported by specific evidence and external citations; this means that there should be a provision in the “References” section where references to the text are listed, including inline citations; (d) neutral: points of view are impartial and not biased (e) stable: not subject to constant editing (edit war) and does not change the content on a daily basis, regardless of whether it is due to the process of its selection as a selected article. It follows the style guide, including the provision of: (a) introduction (lead): the abbreviated section that summarizes the topics and prepares the reader in more detail in the following sections; (b) appropriate structure: system of hierarchical heading section by table of contents, and (c) consistent citations: as required by Criterion 1c, inline citations formatted correctly using footnotes or Harvard referencing (Smith 2007, p. 1) for formatting suggestions; for articles with footnotes or endnotes, the meta: cite format is recommended). Image. (image) It has images and other media appropriate to the topic, and has appropriate captions and acceptable copyright status. Non-free images or media must meet the criteria for contributing non-free content and be properly labeled. Length. The content is focused on the main topic and there are no unnecessary details.