Wikipedia:WikiProject Massachusetts/Salem Witch Trials Task Force

Welcome to the Salem Witch Trials Task Force of WikiProject Massachusetts!

Since May 2007

this task force is not inactive..., the topic is controversial, and shepherding this issue requires me to allow people to get the job done..., I think it is helpful to have someone here..., I look in occasionally..., John5Russell3Finley (talk) 14:50, 8 April 2022 (UTC)

MembersEdit

Coordinator:

Chairman:


Co-Chairman:


Members:

Retired MembersEdit

ScopeEdit

The scope of this group is the Category:Salem witch trials and its subcategories. At present, these include:

To-doEdit

  • Recruit more members!
  • Collaborate and join the discussions. If you know things, teach! (If you don't know things, Ask.)
  • Revert vandalism.
  • Create templates, infoboxes, stubs, userboxes, ads, and awards.
  • Rate and assess articles.
  • Tag articles.
  • Categorize articles.
  • Wikify articles.
  • Add things here...

ArticlesEdit

  • Rewrite articles (Many articles are very sloppily written, have grammatical and spelling errors, and do not have a Neutral point of view.)
  • Add new biographies! There are plenty of people still unaccounted for!
  • Expand articles (or merge if appropriate).

Articles Needing AttentionEdit

Requested articles

Bartholomew GendeySarah Bishop (Salem)Mary Black (Salem)Sarah Churchwell (Salem)John DeRichLydia Dustin (Salem)Mary English (Salem)Phillip English (Salem)Thomas Farrar, Sr.Elizabeth Hart (Salem)William Hobbs (Salem)John IndianMargaret Jacobs (Salem)Martha Carrier (Salem)Mary Lacey Jr.Mary Lacey Sr.Benjamin ProctorJohn Proctor, IIISarah ProctorWilliam Proctor (Salem)Margaret Scott (at Salem)Richard TangoEdward Bishop 3

Expansion or Cleanup needed

A Break with CharityGeorge BurroughsGiles CoreyMartha CoreyJonathan CorwinRebecca EamesAnn FosterDorcas GoodSarah GoodJohn HaleJohn HathorneMercy LewisRebecca NurseBetty ParrisSamuel ParrisElizabeth ProctorJohn ProctorAnn Putnam, Jr.Wilmot ReddNathaniel SaltonstallSamuel SewallRoger ToothakerMary WalcottMary WarrenJohn WillardSamuel WillardAbigail WilliamsThe Witch House1692The Crucible (1957 film)The Crucible (1996 film)Tituba

Recognized contentEdit

Featured articlesEdit

Good articlesEdit

Did You Knows (DYKs)Edit

Formerly recognized contentEdit

Former featured articlesEdit

Former good articlesEdit

Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team release version selectionsEdit

CollaborationEdit

Please see Wikipedia:WikiProject Massachusetts/Salem Witch Trials Task Force/Collaboration for more information.

Current EventsEdit

The SWTTF Fall Requested Article Creation DriveEdit

September 10, 2007 to December 10, 2007, we had our first SWTTF Fall Requested Article Creation Drive. If you wish to participate in our next one please feel free to sign up anytime and next to your name keep track of how many articles you have created. All Wikipedians, can participate.

Participants in last drive 2007Edit

ParticipantsEdit

OutreachEdit

The outreach department of the Salem Witch Trials Task Force is a centralized work area for member interaction efforts.


Currently we are trying to gain more members and get anyone interested to help improve our main article. All it takes to become a member is to add your name to the list of members and begin to contribute productive edits.


If you would like to help reactivate the old Newsletter Please see Wikipedia:WikiProject Massachusetts/Salem Witch Trials Task Force/Outreach.

SWTTF Anti-Vandalism UnitEdit

This Unit concentrates on stopping, preventing, reverting and reporting vandalism in articles within the scope of this Task Force. This Unit also focuses on cleaning up articles as well.

Although all members of this Task Force are encouraged to revert vandalism, to specifically be a member of this Unit please sign yourself up below. (Please sign yourself up at the main members list first)

SWTTF Anti-Vandalism Unit MembersEdit

Chairman of the Unit:

Members:

TemplatesEdit

Once you've joined the task force, please post one of these userboxes on your userpage:

Wikitext userbox where used
{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Massachusetts/Salem Witch Trials Task Force/userbox}}
 This user is a member of the
Salem Witch Trials Task Force.
linked pages
{{User:Cocoaguy/User SWTTF}}
  This user is a member of The Salem Witch Trials Task Force.
linked pages

Feel free to give this award to dedicated and hardworking members of this task force:

{{SWTTF Barnstar}} {{SWTTF Barnstar|message ~~~~}}

It will look like this:

  The Salem Witch Trials Task Force Barnstar
{{{1}}}


Please feel free to put this ad on your userpage and/or talkpage:

{{SWTTF Ad}}

It will look like this:


The Salem Witch Trials Task Force actively recruits editors whose contributions demonstrate the skills and knowledge we need. Post this template on promising user talk pages!

{{SWTTF Invite}} ~~~~

It will look like this:

  You are being recruited by the Salem Witch Trials Task Force, a collaborative project committed to improving Wikipedia's coverage of the Salem witch trials. Join us!


To place a stub note on an article use this code: {{Salem-stub}}

It will look like this:


If an article is considered under the scope of the task force place this code on the talk page: {{WikiProject Salem taskforce}}

It will look like this:

WikiProject United States / Massachusetts (Rated Project-class)
 This page is within the scope of WikiProject United States, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of topics relating to the United States of America on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the ongoing discussions.
Project This article has been rated as Project-Class on the project's quality scale.
This article is supported by WikiProject Massachusetts.
This article is supported by WikiProject Massachusetts - Salem Witch Trials task force.
 

If a non-article (ex. category, template) is under the scope of the task force add this:

{{User:Cocoaguy/SWTTF non-article}}

It will look like this:

 

This non-article is maintained by The Salem Witch Trials Task Force. Contact a member of the Salem Witch Trials task force for support if needed.