User:Emijrp/All human knowledge is in the process of estimating how many notable articles (by type) are needed to cover the sum of all human knowledge. In other words, "How big is Wikipedia's article count likely to grow, and what is still left to be covered?" Please help us forecast the future of this encyclopedia and chart missing coverage by expanding the tables, updating the progress bars and improving references. The most prolific editors will be awarded with the unique AHK barnstar! Everyone is welcome to join in on the fun.
While Wikipedia is not a web directory, external links are allowed where appropriate. They generally are listed under a == level 2 heading == called "External links", even if there is only one link. The best way to create such a link is to type "[URL link title]". For example, [http://www.wikibooks.org Wikibooks] will become Wikibooks. However, such short link titles generally are frowned upon. Try to describe your links, so that the reader has a pretty good idea where it will take them before clicking it. Don't use external links where Wikipedia links exist. For example, in an article about Wikimedia, a link to Wikibooks (the Wikipedia article about the project) would be more appropriate than a direct link to Wikibooks.org.