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Appropedia:Good pages

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This proposal is on the backburner - please see Appropedia:Highlighted pages for current efforts. (Useful parts of this page could be merged there.)

Good Pages[1] are pages which are considered to be of good quality but which are not yet, or are unlikely to reach highlighted content quality.

It is a way of tracking and improving pages to a point where they can become highlighted content, as well as improving the standard of content on Appropedia.

These pages can be found at Category:Good Pages (still empty, as of March 2009).

Wikipedia's model[edit]

This is a suggestion based on Wikipedia:Project:Good articles. The Wikipedia page states the following (and it will probably apply here, with minor changes):

Good articles are articles which are considered to be of good quality but which are not yet, or are unlikely to reach featured article quality. Good articles should meet the good article criteria and have passed through the good article nomination process successfully. In short, they should be well written, factually accurate and verifiable, broad in coverage, neutral in point of view, stable, and illustrated, where possible, by relevant images with suitable copyright licenses. Good articles need not be as comprehensive as featured articles, but they should not omit any major facets of the topic: a comparison of the criteria for good and featured articles describes further differences.

For now, we can do all this on one page.

Criteria[edit]

Pages should be tidy, well laid-out, and useful. These are under development - see the criteria page for more

See also[edit]

Nominations[edit]

Place the template {{good page}} at the bottom of the page. At this stage anyone may add or remove a template, but the Appropedia community may establish a procedure later.

Notes[edit]

  1. Good Pages is capitalized in this way to distinguish it from the less specific English phrase: "good pages".