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Updated by PAGESINCATEGORY for each Category.

Chess
articles
Importance Refresh
 Top   High   Mid   Low  Bottom  ???  Total
Quality  FA 0 3 0 1 00 4
 A 0 0 0 0 00 0
 GA 12 4 7 16 60 45
B 12 26 38 43 70 126
C 23 96 114 243 143 493
Start 0 76 525 1772 5712 2442
Stub 0 19 225 3623 2914 3910
 FL 0 0 0 1 00 1
List 2 2 17 48 81 78
??? 0 0 1 0 020 21
Total 49 232 938 5831 12250 7172
See also: Article list by quality. Quality changes log. Chess-WikiProject template. WikiProject Chess Assessment. Refresh

One of the goal of this WikiProject is to assess the quality and the importance of each chess-related article.

  • You can have details on the Template for assessment on this page at Chess-WikiProject template
  • You can see the current state of assessments in the colored table situated at the top-right of this page.
  • You can learn a bit about the quality assessment scale here, and a bit about the importance assessment scale there.
  • You can find a list of articles that have not already been assessed by clicking on the Unassessed link.

The depth of your assessment shall depend on the quality of the article:

Chess-WikiProject template edit

This template belongs on the talk page of all chess related articles. The syntax is: {{Chess-WikiProject|class = |importance=}}, the two parameters are: class and importance. Class is any of FA, A, GA, B, Start, Stub, List, Cat, Template and NA. Importance is any of Top, High, Mid, Low, NA. For an example see for instance Talk:Sicilian_Defence.

When you use the template, the pages will be logged into Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Chess articles by quality by an automated bot. Articles should be nominated and reviewed for A-class at Wikipedia:WikiProject Chess/Review.

When you create a new chess article, please add this template to the talk page and add the article to List of chess topics.

Importance scale edit

Importance The article's importance, regardless of its quality
Top Extremely important, even crucial, to its field, and very significant beyond it
High Contributes a substantial depth of knowledge with significant impact in other fields
Mid Adds important further details within its field, with some impact beyond it
Low Contributes more specific or less significant details, or is mainly of specialist interest
Bottom Not notable for chess aspects, but for which chess is a notable aspect.
NA NA (Not applicable). This is normally Templates or Talk pages.
??? Default, priority unknown because nothing is assigned to its priority.