Portal:Anarchism/Maintenance station

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Portal:Anarchism uses a series of templates for randomizing Did you know...? hooks, selected images, and selected quotes: {{Random portal component}}. To have an interesting fact, image, or quote pertaining to anarchism added to the portal, please follow the instructions below in each section, respectively. If you have any questions, leave a message at the portal talkpage or contact the Anarchism task force.

DYK...? hook nominations[edit]

To have an interesting fact pertaining to anarchism added to the portal, please follow the instructions below.

Instructions[edit]

Additional "Did you know" hooks can be nominated here; Portal:Anarchism hooks are loosely based on Wikipedia:Did you know. Please observe the following guidelines:

  • Pick hooks in articles that are interesting and are related in some way to anarchism
  • Look for articles that are over 1,000 characters in size – stubs are not needed.
  • Free images are most welcome; image size is limited to 140x140px.
  • The "Did you know?" hook should be mentioned in the article.
  • Select articles that cite their sources, particularly the item mentioned.

Once 5 appropriate nominations are added, they can be moved to a new consecutively numbered subpage i.e. Portal:Anarchism/Did_you_know/11 (note: the main Portal's "max=" parameter must be updated to reflect the number of active subpages).

Potential additions[edit]

Taken from the main page[edit]

Add anarchism-related hooks that have been listed on {{Did you know}} here (these hooks have already been vetted for quality).

DYK? nominations[edit]

Consider checking the nominations of other editors and marking them as approved if they meet the above guidelines. To make a nomination, simply list it below the line:


Selected image nominations[edit]

If you have a suggestion for other selected images for this portal, please nominate them here.

Instructions[edit]

Additional selected images can be nominated here. Please observe the following guidelines:

  • The nominations process is disregarded in favor of automatically including anarchism-related featured and valued pictures.
  • Nominated images must be free, and should preferably be
  1. Of high quality (not blurred, grainy or discoloured)
  2. Of high resolution (at least 300px on one side) though this is not essential
  3. Interesting
  4. Relevant to a specific existing article or topic concerning anarchism

Selected image nominations[edit]

The gravesite of Francesc Sabaté Llopart (1915-1960), also known as "El Quico". A veteran of the Spanish Civil War, Sabaté was among the last surviving insurgents fighting the dictatorship of Francisco Franco, having survived until 1960. The inscription reads "Anarchist: Died for Liberty".
Photo credit: Yeza.
Illustration and signature of John Henry Mackay (1864-1933), an individualist anarchist writer and contributor to Liberty.
Cover of anarchist Emma Goldman's My Disillusionment in Russia (1923). Goldman was motivated to write the book by her disenchanting experiences in the Soviet Union, which she found to be repressive, mismanaged and corrupt.
The Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of Ukraine was the main military force of the "Free Territory", formed by anarchists during the Russian Civil War. Commanded by Nestor Makhno (center), Simon Karetnik (left), and Fedir Shchus (right), its formation stemmed from the Black Guards, a network of anarchist militias.
A plaque honouring the dead of the Paris Commune in Père Lachaise cemetery. The Commune was a government that briefly ruled Paris in 1871. An early example of socialist revolution, its participants spanned many different philosophies, and included early mutualists. Its brief successes and final defeat inspired a new generation of European anarchists.
Photo credit: Rama.
An illustration by W. P. Snyder published in the August 6, 1892 edition of Harper's Weekly and portraying Alexander Berkman's attempted assassination of industrialist Henry Clay Frick.
A poster promoting the 2008 San Francisco Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair.
A black-and-white portrait of Peter Kropotkin (1842-1921) late in life. Kropotkin was one of the foremost anarchist theorists, noted for his development of anarchist communism and his role in anarchism in Russia.
A cuneiform representing the ancient Sumerian word Ama-gi (𒂼𒄀), thought to be the first instance of humans using writing to represent the concept of freedom.

Anarchism-related Featured and Valued Pictures[edit]

The following is a current listing of Featured and Valued Pictures, which may automatically be included as selected images. Please discuss associated captions for possible improvement before selecting: No current Featured or Valued pictures.

Selected Quote nominations[edit]

Quotes related to anarchism may be nominated here.

Instructions[edit]

  • All quotes must be cited to their original source.
    • If you have difficulty securing citation for well known quotes, you can also ask for help at Portal talk:Anarchism.

Nominations[edit]

There are currently no Selected Quote nominations.

Selected articles[edit]

Articles related to anarchism may be nominated here.

Instructions[edit]

Articles should ideally be of Featured or Good status and directly related to anarchism. Failing that, anarchism-related articles that have been assessed as C-class or higher are eligible as nominations. If no article of sufficient quality or relevance to anarchism can be found for a given month, the previous month's article can be repeated.

Article nominations[edit]

News workspace[edit]

This section is for maintaining the anarchism news module.

transclusion[edit]

News for September 2011:

Sokol, Samuel (September 25, 2010). "Settlement Leaders Concerned Over Arab Patrols Following Highway Attack". Algemeiner Journal. 
  • September 25: Anarchists and other activists join Irish Travellers in defense of the Dale Farm community from eviction by government forces.
Ashworth, Roddy (September 25, 2010). "When The Anarchists Met The Travellers...". Daily Express. 
Zink, Janet (September 20, 2010). "Tampa readies security for GOP convention". Miami Harold. 
Dugatki, Lee Alan (September 13, 2010). "The Prince of Evolution: Peter Kropotkin's Adventures in Science and Politics". Scientific American. 
Johnson, Eric Michael (September 13, 2010). "The Primate Diaries: The Prince of Evolution". Scientificamerican.com. 


Instructions[edit]

News items should be added only if they directly relates to anarchism. Old news items should be moved to the archive. Some useful (but not necessarily reliable) sources for anarchist news include:

Anniversaries workspace[edit]

  • P:ANDATE is an automated scan of dates from articles in Category:Anarchism. By searching for a certain date on that page, one ought to be able to find a number of events to include as anniversaries in the portal.
  • The Daily Bleed Calendar is a useful resource for finding additional events. Note that the portal is for anniversaries directly related to anarchism only, whereas the Daily Bleed has a wider scope.

Instructions[edit]

  • Red links indicate days which remain without a single anniversary.
  • {{Portal anniversary}} should be used to format entries.
  • Entries should be no longer than a single sentence. In the event that an extra sentence is required for context, utilize a semi-column to connect each. Allow the subject article to provide details for the event. Entries for subjects which lack an article (red links) may provide increased details as an incentive to research and create articles for the subject, but must be properly cited.
  • Use only images made available through WikiCommons. Images should be no larger than 100x100px, unless a given image requires a larger size for increased clarity. Limit one image per date.
  • Anniversaries of birth dates for deceased individuals should indicate the date of death after the individual is named (e.g. "1886 –Elise Ottesen-Jensen (d. 1973) born.") As date of birth is indicated by entry date, a birth date is redundant.
  • Anniversaries of death dates for individuals should indicate the date of birth after the individual is named (e.g. "1881 – Louis Auguste Blanqui (b. 1805) dies.") As the date of death is indicated by the entry date, a death date is redundant.
  • There is no limit to the number of entries per date. Each entry is listed in chronological order from earliest at the top, to those most recent at the bottom. This creates a chronological list, with the intent to provide context in the unlikely event that related entries take place on the same date.


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