Template:WikiProject Alternative music

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WikiProject Alternative music / Pixies / Nirvana / Smashing Pumpkins  (Rated C-class, High-importance)
WikiProject icon This template is part of WikiProject Alternative music, a group of Wikipedians interested in improving the encyclopedic coverage of articles relating to Alternative rock. If you would like to help out, you are welcome to drop by the project page and/or leave a query at the project's talk page.
C-Class article C  This template does not require a rating on the project's quality scale.
 High  This template has been rated as High-importance on the project's importance scale.
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This template is supported by Pixies taskforce.
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This template is supported by Nirvana taskforce (marked as Top-importance).
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This template is supported by The Smashing Pumpkins taskforce.
 
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This template is the project banner for WikiProject Alternative music. This template is a self-reference.

The template is to be placed on talk pages (only) of the articles identified as being within the Project's scope (at or near the top of the talkpage).

This template automatically assigns the category Category:WikiProject Alternative music articles to the articles' talk pages. This category and other associated Project categories are used in various ways by the Project in the overall management of the Project's workload.

This template contains optional parameters, details of usage are given below.

Usage

General syntax options for this template are as follows:

{{WikiProject Alternative music
 |class=
 |importance=
 |pixies-taskforce=
 |nirvana-taskforce=
 |supergrass-taskforce=
 |pumpkins-taskforce=
}}

The parameters are named, and (if used) must be entered exactly as-is (note, all are lowercase).

The class and importance parameters are associated with the Project's article assessment and rating scheme. These parameters add a category to the talkpage, which category depends on the values chosen.

Parameters

class

This optional parameter records the Project quality assessment rating currently assigned to the particular article on whose talkpage the project banner appears.

If unassigned, or an invalid value is given, the parameter defaults to "unassigned" and the template places the talkpage into Category:Unassessed Alternative music articles.

Valid values for this parameter, their associated meanings and categories are given in the table below. Values should be typed as shown (eg |class=GA ):

Class parameter values (Category:Alternative music articles by quality)
Value Meaning Category
FA Articles which are currently Featured status articles Category:FA-Class Alternative music articles
FL Featured lists Category:FL-Class Alternative music articles
A A-class articles; Category:A-Class Alternative music articles
GA Articles with a current Good article status Category:GA-Class Alternative music articles
B B-class articles; Category:B-Class Alternative music articles
C C-class articles; Category:C-Class Alternative music articles
Start Start-class articles; Category:Start-Class Alternative music articles
Stub Stub-class articles; Category:Stub-Class Alternative music articles
NA Not applicable; for miscellaneous pages which do not require an assessment Category:NA-Class Alternative music articles
importance

This optional parameter records the Project priority assessment rating currently assigned to the particular article on whose talkpage the project banner appears.

If unassigned, or an invalid value is given, or the class parameter is set to "NA", the parameter defaults to "unassigned" and the template places the talkpage into Category:Unknown-importance Alternative music articles.

Importance parameter values (Category:Alternative music articles by importance)
Value Meaning Category
Top "Key" articles, considered indispensable Top-importance Alternative music articles
High High-priority topics and needed subtopics of "key" articles, often with a broad scope; needed to complement any general understanding of the field High-importance Alternative music articles
Mid Mid-priority articles on more specialised (sub-)topics; possibly more detailed coverage of topics summarised in "key" articles, and as such their omission would not significantly impair general understanding Mid-importance Alternative music articles
Low While still notable, these are highly-specialised or even obscure, not essential for understanding the wider picture ("nice to have" articles) Low-importance Alternative music articles