Wikipedia:Feedback request service

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The feedback request service is a voluntary service to increase awareness of Requests for Comments (RFCs) and other discussions on Wikipedia. By signing up in the section of your interest, you may be randomly selected to receive a user talk page invitation to participate in a discussion in that topic area. If you receive an invitation you need not participate if you do not wish to, but if you don't want to receive future invitations, please do remove your name from the list for that topic area. Of course, you are free to participate in any RFC without receiving an invitation!

This page has a number of lists organized by topic followed by a catch-all list. To add yourself to one of the lists, use the following template:

* {{frs user|{{subst:currentuser}}|limit}}

Where limit is the largest number of requests you would like to receive in a calendar month. (Default limit is 1 request per calendar month.)

Internet-group-chat.svg This user is signed up for the Feedback Request Service.
{{User frs}}

You might also wish to use the relevant userbox to promote the service. If you don't visit Wikipedia regularly, you might wish to use the Email notification system for messages on your user talk page.

Requests for comment[edit]

These categories are determined by the RFC system, not by the FRS bot. If the editor starting the RFC assigns the wrong category to it, then you may receive a notification for something that does not interest you.


Economy, trade, and companies[edit]

History and geography[edit]

Language and linguistics[edit]

Maths, science, and technology[edit]

Media, the arts, and architecture[edit]

Politics, government, and law[edit]

Religion and philosophy[edit]

Society, sports, and culture[edit]

Wikipedia style and naming[edit]

Wikipedia policies and guidelines[edit]

WikiProjects and collaborations[edit]

Wikipedia technical issues and templates[edit]

Wikipedia proposals[edit]


All RFCs[edit]

Good article nominations[edit]


Language and literature[edit]

Philosophy and religion[edit]

Everyday life[edit]

Social sciences and society[edit]

Geography and places[edit]


Engineering and technology[edit]


Natural sciences[edit]