WikiProject Buddhism is a group of people dedicated to improving Buddhism-related contents in Wikipedia. This page contains only suggestions: things to give you focus and to get you going and you should not feel obligated in the least to follow them. If you don't know what to write or where to begin, following the guidelines below may be helpful.
February 23, 2010: Hi everyone, I am proposing the development of a strategic policy regarding the authorship and maintenance of Buddhism pages, especially concerned with reducing the amount of time spent in long drawn out disagreements. How about contributing your thoughts? (20040302 (talk))
December 23, 2008: Hi everyone. I have implemented Turnkey presentation of WikiProject page (more details on the talk page). While this may not be perfectly done as yet, I hope it will encourage more efficient WikiProject operation in the future! All information that previously appeared on this page is archived at this page; much should probably be integrated here. Please help to make the operations of this project as smooth and efficient as possible! /Ninly (talk)
The following templates can be used on pages in Wikipedia to associate them with the Buddhism WikiProject. Click on a template's title to see a sample of what it produces when included on a page. For a full list of Buddhism templates see the main template page.
The project's encyclopedic articles page contains a listing of articles which can be found in reference sources on the topic of Buddhism, and can serve as a reasonable indicator as to what content regarding the topic wikipedia does and does not yet have.
Kester ratcliff (talk) - ex-monk of six years and now lay academic, specialising in early Buddhism, critiquing later developments especially Theravada tradition, Vinaya studies, and history of the early sectarian period
KGF0 - Mostly Tibetan, and within that mostly Nyingma