Wikipedia:WikiProject Computer Security/Assessment

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The WikiProject Computer Security/Assessment is the department of the WikiProject Computer Security that assesses computer security articles. This page lists its members and facilitates its workflow.

Members[edit]

If you're interested in assessing articles for WikiProject Computer Security, add your name to the Department list below.

Assessment[edit]

  • Editors can add an assessment request to the list below. Instructions are in the source.
  • The list is transcluded to Wikipedia:WikiProject_Computing/Assessment#Open_requests, because the WikiProjects Computer Security and Computing are related.
  • Please also take the initiative to respond to another open request.
  • Please extend a list item when you attend to an article. Instructions are in the source.
  • Deliver your assessment on the talk page of the assessed article.
  • Articles of class Stub, Start, C, and B can be promoted to a higher class.
  • Articles cannot be promoted to class A until they have been subjected to a peer review or a Good Article/Featured Article review.
  • Articles of any class except GA and FA can be demoted to a lower class.
  • Please remove a request from the list when it has been complied with.
  • Please edit the assessment statistics subsection after adding or removing a list item.

Open requests[edit]

Lynis — requested by Mathias Hollstein (talk) 01:02, 20 March 2017 (UTC)

KRACK — requested by Melmann(talk) 12:05, 16 October 2017 (UTC)

Assessment statistics[edit]

Note: the statistics below are outdated.

  • Number of requests made in 2012: 4
  • Number of assessments delivered in 2012: 1

Quality[edit]

WikiProject article quality grading scheme

In the above table, examples are from:

  • computer security articles (best choice);
  • computing articles (second best choice);
  • other articles (third best choice).

Importance[edit]

Label Articles
Top Fundamental concepts, standards, companies, important websites, or anything that forms the basis of all information
High Popular applications, architectures, or anything that covers a general area of knowledge
Mid Core components or anything that fills in more specific information of certain areas
Low Optional add-ons that are not fairly important, or anything that is an obscure piece of trivia

Statistics[edit]