Wikipedia:WikiProject Accessibility/Articles task forces

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The purpose of this page is to:

  1. coordinate our actions:
    1. we can set up priorities
    2. distribute/share our work
    3. assign our work to groups of volunteers
  2. monitor the ongoing changes:
    1. make a list of changes already made
    2. make a list of ongoing changes
    3. make a list of changes that yet has to be done
    4. monitor the improvements made and ensure their long-term durability

For example, there is an ongoing discussion at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Discographies/style#Time to update. It aims to update the manual of style for tables according to the recent improvements of our accessibility guidelines. We should list it here. It is useful as a reference for similar changes. Project members can jump in and give a hand if needed. If no help is needed, project members can see that some users are already working on this and can begin working on something else.

Ongoing experiments[edit]

Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Discographies/style#Time to update. It aims to update the manual of style for tables according to the recent improvements of our accessibility guidelines.

This is a chance to gather feedback on a project's manual of style improvement. When complete, we will use it do determine how we will update similar project's manual of style. Should we use the same approach or not? What did work and what did not work?

Improving guidelines[edit]

It is very important to update the accessibility of the guidelines, as they are the examples and references used by Wikipedians. Such guidelines includes: