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A '''WikiProject''' is a collection of pages devoted to the management of a specific topic or family of topics within FamilySearch Wiki; and, simultaneously, a group of editors who use those pages to collaborate.  It is not a place to write articles directly, but a resource to help coordinate and organize the writing and editing of those articles.
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A '''WikiProject''' is a collection of pages devoted to the management of a specific topic or family of topics within FamilySearch Wiki; and, simultaneously, a group of editors who use those pages to collaborate.  
  
The discussion pages attached to a project page are a convenient forum for those interested in that project.
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:*The project pages are not a place to write articles directly, but a resource to help coordinate and organize the writing and editing of those articles.
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:*The discussion pages attached to a project page are a convenient forum for those interested in that project.
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:*All project pages should reside within the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Namespace|FamilySearch Wiki namespace]]. (Also see [[Help:Namespaces]] for more details about all the namespaces in the FamilySearch Wiki.
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:*See [[FamilySearch Wiki:Naming Conventions for Project Pages]] for details about the correct way to name a project page.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:10, 3 December 2010

A WikiProject is a collection of pages devoted to the management of a specific topic or family of topics within FamilySearch Wiki; and, simultaneously, a group of editors who use those pages to collaborate.

  • The project pages are not a place to write articles directly, but a resource to help coordinate and organize the writing and editing of those articles.
  • The discussion pages attached to a project page are a convenient forum for those interested in that project.
  • All project pages should reside within the FamilySearch Wiki namespace. (Also see Help:Namespaces for more details about all the namespaces in the FamilySearch Wiki.
  • See FamilySearch Wiki:Naming Conventions for Project Pages for details about the correct way to name a project page.