Template:WikiProject Music/Music genres task force

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WikiProject Music/Music genres task force (Rated C-class)
WikiProject icon Template:WikiProject Music/Music genres task force is within the scope of the Music genres task force of the Music project, a user driven attempt to clean up and standardise music genre articles on Wikipedia. Please visit the task force guidelines page for ideas on how to structure a genre article and help us assess and improve genre articles to good and 1.0 standards.
C-Class article C  This template does not require a rating on the project's quality scale.
 
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Usage

To add an article to our worklist, put this template at the top of the article's talk page with the following minimum parameters:

{{WikiProject Music/Music genres task force |class= |importance= }}

The full template is as follows:

{{WikiProject Music/Music genres task force
|small= 
|class=
|importance=
|listas=
|needs-infobox=
|attention=
}}

Template display formatting parameters

  • small – show the normal or reduced size template; shows the reduced size template if small=yes.

Article assessment parameters

  • class – a rating of an article's or list's quality; see Wikipedia:WikiProject Music/Music genres task force/Assessment#Quality scale for more details. Valid values are:
    • FA – The article has reached Featured article status.
    • FL – For lists that have reached Featured list status.
    • GA – The article has reached Good article status.
    • B – Could be submitted as a Good article nominee; probably could use some updates or may lack some features from the Good article criteria, but it presents a good overview of the subject.
    • C – Better developed in style, structure and quality than Start-Class, but fails one or more of the criteria for B-Class.
    • Start – The article is more than a stub, but it may lack some important aspects of the topic's discussion.
    • Stub – The article is a stub;
    • List – The page is a list.
    • Current – Articles on current or recent events/topics.
    • Future – Articles on future topics.
    • Needed – Articles that do not yet exist but have been identified as subjects that should be covered.
    • Merge – Articles that the project has marked for merger into other articles.
    For non-articles
    • Category or Cat – The page is a category.
    • Disambig or Dab – The article is a disambiguation page.
    • File – Image, sound, and other media files.
    • NA – The page is not an article and should not be rated; it could be a template, image or category, for example.
  • importance – a rating of the article's importance within the WikiProject scale. Valid values are: Top, High, Mid and Low. Comments that explain the rating may be added by clicking on the link within the template; other comments and questions belong on the talk page of the article itself.