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"WP:MY" redirects here. For "that's my article; don't edit it", see Wikipedia:Ownership of articles.
Scope and goals
This project is meant to facilitate and encourage the creation and improvement of Malaysia-related articles on Wikipedia, and helping those who want to improve these articles to find a particular area in which they are most interested in working. As "Malaysia" is a broad subject, there are many taskforces and collaborations in which you can participate. We want to:
Please "Be Bold!" and help us out. There are plenty of things to do in the lists below, including the creation of brand new articles.
Tables of contents and indexes
The following pages serve as tables of contents or indexes to Malaysia-related content on Wikipedia. They need to be developed, and maintained:
Help to improve on the newest Malaysia-related content on Wikipedia. Any that have a sourced amusing, unusual, or otherwise interesting fact and are at least over 1,500 characters should be nominated for entry into the Did you know? box on the Wikipedia Main Page.
Participants may also assist in the following alerts.
Requested translation from Malay Wikipedia
The Malaysian Collaboration of the Month seeks to identify particular articles that would benefit from a significant collaborative effort. Every month, a single article is selected as the focus, and the project attempts to improve it, potentially to featured article standards. You can also nominate and vote for an article by editing the nominees page.
Main page: Wikipedia:WikiProject Malaysia/Assessment
Any individual editors may rate stub, start, C-class or B-class for quality of an article. An A-class is the highest scale, assigned after a formal review by the project as a whole, rather than at the discretion of individual reviewers. Request of an A-class is possible through an A-class assessment request. The final assessment (rejecting/granting) is given after all reviews are taken care, especially for objections/oppositions.
Good Article (GA) and Featured Article (FA) are quality scales that are awarded through peer review outside the WikiProject. Guidelines and rules on how to nominate an article are given in the corresponding GA/FA pages. Usually, an article of B- or A-scale from the project has a good chance to pass the Good Article criteria. Furthermore, a GA-scale article has a good chance to pass the Featured Article criteria.
The Cartography Department of the project aims to assemble a collection of high-quality maps for use in Malaysia-related articles; both through obtaining existing public domain or free-license maps, and by creating new ones as needed.