Template talk:WikiProject Tennessee

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WikiProject Tennessee (Rated Template-class)
WikiProject iconTemplate:WikiProject Tennessee is within the scope of WikiProject Tennessee, an open collaborative effort to coordinate work for and sustain comprehensive coverage of Tennessee and related subjects in the Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, and even become a member.
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It doesn't seem as though the peer-review options in the template are used as the Wikipedia:WikiProject Tennessee/Peer review page doesn't exist and in the Category:Requests for Tennessee peer review category, the two items have been in there for about a year & a half. So, I've going to remove that option from the template. It can easily be added back if the project Peer review page is created. -- WOSlinker (talk) 23:29, 10 March 2009 (UTC)


I converted this banner to WPBannerMeta; I've only just noticed that I did the same back in January and was reverted; I'm not trying to push (too hard :D), I just didn't notice the past history. This time I have preserved all the functionality of the banner. The functional changes consist mainly of category reassignations: Category:Unassigned-importance Tennessee articlesCategory:Unknown-importance Tennessee articles, for instance. If you look in Category:Unknown-importance articles, you can see that this is the standard followed almost universally by other WikiProjects: it makes it a lot easier for 'outsiders' (especially bots and scripts) to find your project's articles if they are in a standard location. Improvements include new features like category optout (you can now put {{WikiProject Tennessee|category=no}} on a page, and it will display the banner as an example, but won't put the page in any unwanted categories), use of the tmbox classes, which are more consistently displayed on some browsers, embedded machine-readable metadata, collapsing note automagic (if all four notes (|attention=, |needs-infobox=, |merge=, |reassess= are all called on the banner, they automagically collapse to save space; you can alter the threshold number if you want!); and innumerable other bits and pieces. Happymelon 17:11, 4 July 2009 (UTC)