Rating project articlesEdit

It is a goal of this project to create, tag, grade, rank, and improve all articles and other relevant pages relating to Alaska.

Article quality and importance statistics for WikiProject AlaskaEdit

  • 3% List-Class
  • 43.8% Stub-Class
  • 41.2% Start-Class
  • 8.6% C-Class
  • 2.5% B-Class
  • 0.7% GA-Class
  • 0.2% FA-Class

Popular pagesEdit

  • Popular pages: List of top articles with the most frequent views, updated monthly.

Recent changes in article assessments for WikiProject AlaskaEdit

January 27, 2023Edit

AssessedEdit

January 26, 2023Edit

AssessedEdit

RemovedEdit

January 25, 2023Edit

AssessedEdit

  • Jude Pate (talk) assessed. Quality assessed as Start-Class. (rev · t) Importance assessed as Low-Class. (rev · t)

January 24, 2023Edit

RenamedEdit

ReassessedEdit

  • Andrew Gray (politician) (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

January 23, 2023Edit

RemovedEdit

January 22, 2023Edit

AssessedEdit


Recently-created articles containing instances of "Alaska"Edit

This list was generated from these rules. Questions and feedback are always welcome! The search is being run daily with the most recent ~14 days of results. Note: Some articles may not be relevant to this project.

Rules | Match log | Results page (for watching) | Last updated: 2023-01-26 19:26 (UTC)

Note: The list display can now be customized by each user. See List display personalization for details.












Article class gradingEdit

Members of this WikiProject should follow the Wikipedia standard grading scheme.

Article importance gradingEdit

The criteria used for ranking article importance are not meant to be an absolute or canonical view of how significant the perspective of someone from that region.

Article importance grading scheme
Label Criteria Examples
Top Subject is a "core" or "key" topic for Alaska, or is generally notable to people other than Alaskans. They define and determine the subject of the Alaska WikiProject. Alaska, Juneau, Alaska.
High Subject is notable in a significant and important way within the field of Alaska, but not necessarily outside it. Counties, large cities such as Seward, Alaska, as well as integral parts of Alaska such as Alaska Highway System.
Mid Subject contributes to the total subject of the Alaska WikiProject. Subject may not necessarily be famous. Political figures in AK, small cities and towns, major buildings in AK.
Low Subject is not particularly notable or significant even within the field of Alaska, and may have been included primarily to achieve comprehensive coverage of another topic. Lists of Alaska topics, schools in AK, people from AK.