WP:Anatomy newsletter (#5)
Hello WP:Anatomy participant! This is our fifth newsletter, documenting what's going on in WikiProject Anatomy, news, current projects and other items of interest. There hasn't been too much worthy of news, and I have less time to dedicate to this project, so I've slowed down the release of this newsletter.
- What's new
- Adrenal gland, thyroid ima artery, Ear, Heart, Esophagus and Lung are promoted to good article status
- Our previous barnstar has changed to the new shiny "Golden galen" barnstar to celebrate contributions to anatomical articles
- We are featured in the journal Clinical Anatomy 
- How can I contribute?
- Participate in discussions - a number of discussions such as those on our talk page or about our infobox would benefit from your opinion!
- Continue to add content to our articles
- Collaborate and discuss with other editors - many hands make light work!
- Focus - how far we've come
How far have we come since our first newsletter... the answer is quite a lot! Here goes:
- Hundreds to thousands of articles improved and standardised by many, many editors.
- 14 new good articles created or added to our project 
- Improved quality of our articles - subjectively and objectively. GAs quadrupled from 5 to 16, B-class articles doubles from 62 to 115, C-class article well on the way to trebling from 219 to 611, Start-class increased from 1,082 to 1,570.
- Tens to hundreds of mergers performed between tiny, unedited articles - a remnant of our Gray's Anatomy (1918) heritage.
- Layout guidelines changed and layout standardised for the majority of our articles
- In the project space:
- Active integration with wikidata in our infoboxes
- Overhaul of all of our navboxes
- Review and integration of all of our templates
- External link templates reviewed to ensure they all work
- To help improve anatomical literacy:
These are substantial improvements and my thanks go out to our many editors who played a part in this. These improvements are almost always the result of consensus, compromise, collaboration and discussion between multiple editors.
I hope we can continue to improve in the future. How can you help? Continue to edit, add content, and create a welcoming atmosphere so that new editors will join us.
Well done to us all, and the many anonymous editors who've helped along the way!