Wikipedia:Articles for improvement
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Welcome to Articles for improvement!
(And you thought all the juicy articles had already been written...)
We identify and collaborate upon underdeveloped articles that require improvement. Our goal is to use widespread collaborative editing to improve articles over a short time frame. So far, we have improved hundreds of articles; some have even been promoted to good or featured article status! Boldly edit the current article for improvement, or join the project today!
This week's article for improvement is:
Previous selections: Japanese beetle · Vandal Kingdom · Audio editing software
How to contributeEdit
The project's four main tasks are to:
Articles follow the following process to be selected as an Article For Improvement:
Some of our notable accomplishments include:
– See the Accomplishments page for additional articles.
The project member list is located at the Members page.
Our assessment criteria and procedure are explained on the Assessment page. Like many other WikiProjects, AFI assesses the articles it is involved with. Unlike other projects, we only assess the article's state before and immediately after its week of collaborative editing – that improvement is one (but not the only) measure of our success.
Automation and templatesEdit
AFI makes use of various templates. See the Automation page for details, including banners, talk page messages, user and project maintenance templates. The project's bot tasks are also listed here, currently undertaken by MusikBot.
The Articles for Improvement archives are split over several pages:
The accomplishments page also includes a record of selections since 2013 alongside other information. Some archives of a predecessor version of this project that existed c. 2012 are located as subpages. This project was previously known as "Today's article for improvement" (TAFI), and there may be a few remnants of the renaming in places.
See the Project management page for information.