Wikipedia:WikiProject Afghanistan/Assessment

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Our progression rainbow with quality.
  • 5% List-Class
  • 51.4% Stub-Class
  • 32.3% Start-Class
  • 7.8% C-Class
  • 2.9% B-Class
  • 0.5% GA-Class
  • 0% A-Class
  • 0.1% FA-Class
Welcome to the Assessment Department! This department identifies and assesses articles related to the Afghanistan WikiProject. The purpose of this is to organize articles so that project members or users know what articles need improved first.

How to list articlesEdit

Use this page to identify articles related to Afghanistan and to assess their priority and quality. Feel free to expand the list. When adding an article, please add the template {{WikiProject Afghanistan}} to the article's talk page if it is not already there.

LegendEdit

Need: The article's importance, regardless of its quality

Top Subject is a must-have for a print encyclopaedia
High Subject contributes a depth of knowledge
Mid Subject fills in more minor details
Low Subject is peripheral knowledge, possibly trivial

Quality: current article quality

Featured article FA Featured article
A-Class article A Article is well written, reasonably complete and referenced; possible featured article candidate. Note: this rating is almost never used in practice.
Symbol support vote.svg GA This is a good article.
B We have a decent article, but it needs further editing.
Start Significant cleanup or expansion needed.
Stub Article is either a very short, or rough.

Gradings are discussed in detail below.


Quality scaleEdit

These are the detailed criteria per class/quality division, following the assessment scheme used by the Wikipedia V1.0 Editorial team.

Importance scaleEdit

We recognize that importance is a relative term. An article judged to be "Top-Class" in one context may be only "Mid-Class" in another. Any importance ratings applied by this project, only reflect the perceived importance to this project. The criteria used for rating article importance are not meant to be an absolute or canonical view of how significant the topic is. Rather it should serve as a guideline for project participants to determine which article should receive more attention.


Article importance grading scheme
Label Criteria Examples
Top Definition: Subject is a must-have for a concise print encyclopedia or other reference work on Afghanistan. High probability that non-Afghans would look this up.

Practical tip: these subjects just pop into your head when you think about Afghanistan and a specific field

Taliban
High Definition: Subject contributes a depth of knowledge to the encyclopaedia. Is reasonably expected to be included into more comprehensive printed encyclopaedia.

Practical tip: you know the subject and most likely would be able to recall it without looking at any sources

Mid Definition: Subject fills in more minor details, and may have been included primarily to achieve comprehensive coverage of another topic. Could only be included in a multi-volume encyclopaedia.

Practical tip: most likely you will recognize the subject if someone mentions it to you

Low Definition: Subject is peripheral knowledge, possibly trivial.

Practical tip: most likely you will not recognize the subject

Quality OperationsEdit

Transcluded from Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Afghanistan articles by quality log

December 3, 2021Edit

AssessedEdit

RemovedEdit

December 2, 2021Edit

ReassessedEdit

  • Paracobitis ghazniensis (talk) reassessed. Quality rating changed from Unassessed-Class to Stub-Class. (rev · t) Importance rating changed from Unknown-Class to Low-Class. (rev · t)

AssessedEdit

December 1, 2021Edit

RenamedEdit

ReassessedEdit

AssessedEdit

November 30, 2021Edit

RenamedEdit

ReassessedEdit

AssessedEdit

November 29, 2021Edit

ReassessedEdit

AssessedEdit

November 28, 2021Edit

RemovedEdit

November 27, 2021Edit

RenamedEdit

AssessedEdit



Pie Charts of Articles by quality and importance
  • 5% List-Class
  • 51.4% Stub-Class
  • 32.3% Start-Class
  • 7.8% C-Class
  • 2.9% B-Class
  • 0.5% GA-Class
  • 0% A-Class
  • 0.1% FA-Class