Submit your project's news and announcements for next week's WikiProject Report at the Signpost's WikiProject Desk.
As we begin a new year, the WikiProject Report continues its tradition of revisiting the projects we featured in the Signpost last year. We highlighted 48 projects and published three special issues in 2011, setting a record of 51 WikiProject Reports in one year. The only thing that could stop our four Report writers was a combined earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown in Japan which postponed our 14 March interview with WikiProject Japan. Our 2012 New Year's resolution is to fill all 52 weeks of the year with insightful interviews, news, and specials featuring Wikipedia's diverse community of WikiProjects.
In addition to our yearly recap, the Report published special editions offering tips on reviving WikiProjects and listing some excellent examples of WikiProject iconography. We hope to provide more special reports this year and can use your feedback to determine what gets covered. If there is a project you would like to see interviewed or a WikiProject-related topic you'd like to see explored in depth, just drop us a line at the Signpost'sWikiProject Desk.
Next week, we'll jazz things up. Until then, improvise with the material in the archive.