Wikipedia:WikiProject Belfast/Assessment

The {{WikiProject Belfast}} template has a class= parameter that provides an article assessment ratings:

Example: {{WikiProject Belfast| class=??? | importance=???}}

The following values may be used for the parameters. Please note that you must type them exactly as below as they are case-sensitive:

Article qualityEdit

If a rating is not assigned when the {{WikiProject Belfast}} is added, the article will be filed in Category:Unassessed Belfast-related articles by default. If assessing the article, the class should be assigned according to the grading scheme. A list of Unassessed and In dispute articles can be discussed at Wikipedia:WikiProject Belfast/Article assessment.

See also: List of Belfast-related articles by quality | Log (updated daily).

Article importanceEdit

If an importance rating is not assigned, the article will be filed in Category:Unknown-importance Belfast-related articles by default.


Article progress grading scheme
FA Reserved exclusively for articles that have received "Featured article" status after peer review, and meet the current criteria for featured articles. Example: Algorithm
A The article provides a well-written, reasonably clear and complete description of the topic, as described in How to write a Great Article. It includes a well-written introduction to the topic, and an appropriate series of headings to break up the article. It should have sufficient external literature references, preferably from textbooks or peer-reviewed papers rather than websites. It contain illustrations where apropriate (with no copyright problems). It should be at the stage where it meets the criteria for or is a Good article. Example: Ammonia (as of Oct 2005).
B The article is "almost there" but it may be missing one of the following: references, balance of content, or an important section. Alternatively, the English may need a comprehensive rewrite to make it flow, or it may need to be edited to follow standard English spelling and conventions. For maths articles, articles which are overly technical and fail to explain the basics would often end up here. Example: Antarctica (as of Oct 2005) is a good start but contains too many lists, and it needs more prose content & references.
Start The article has a good amount of content, but it is still weak in certain areas, and may lack a table. For example an article on Africa might cover the geography well, but be weak on history and culture. Example: Arithmetic (as of Oct 2005).
Stub The article is either a very short article or a stub that will need a lot of work to bring it to A-Class level, although there may be a significant amount of material in the article.

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 as per the grading scheme

FA Featured article
A Article is well written, reasonably complete and referenced; possible featured article candidate.
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 missing or miserable, or a stub.

Articles by quality logEdit

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December 1, 2009Edit

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