Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Caribbean/United States Virgin Islands work group
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United States Virgin Islands articles needing geographic coordinates
46 articles in Category:United States Virgin Islands articles missing geocoordinate data do not have geographic coordinates. Coords are useful for making the article appear on Google Maps & many other mapping services; and they allow our users to click through to see the article subject location on a map. There's a short guide to on how to add geocodes to articles ... it really is very easy to do. I hope you'll take some time to ensure that United States Virgin Islands is as well represented as it can be on wikipedia by fixing up the listed articles. thanks --Tagishsimon (talk) 01:36, 26 November 2008 (UTC)
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Invitation to help with WikiProject United States
A very interesting tool of the Wikimedia Toolserver is called WikiProject Popular pages lists. These lists are similar to project-related article lists like U. S. article lists used for generating assessment statistics. The Popular pages lists include the rank, total views, average daily views, quality and importance ratings for the listed articles. Here is the full list of projects using popular pages lists. An FAQ also is available at User:Mr.Z-man/Popular pages FAQ.
Portal:United States/Projects/Popular pages
Because this project was not included, I am bringing up the popular pages tool here. This tool makes it very easy to track three of four balancing dimensions when selecting articles for showcasing at a portal - quality, importance and popularity. When tracking the fourth dimension, topic, the related article lists tool (such as for U.S. article lists tool) also might be useful by filtering on categories of interest.
If you do decide to use this tool, feel free to update Portal:United States/Projects/Popular pages as well.
Featured portal candidate: United States
Should the work group become part of WikiProject United States?
This work group of WikiProject Caribbean isn't very active and has few editors, with only one member. I have suggest to possible covert into a task force into WikiProject United States? I have began a discussion here. JJ98 (Talk / Contributions) 07:24, 24 November 2011 (UTC)
- Since there is no discussions, I am going to go head to add the WikiProject United States supported projects. JJ98 (Talk / Contributions) 06:09, 5 December 2011 (UTC)