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Collaboration is a process for article expansion whereby a number of editors get together online and all concentrate on simultaneously expanding and improving a single article. The coordination of these activities takes place on #wikipedia-Egypt on the freenode IRC network (see the IRC tutorial for help with IRC).
The article currently under collaboration is Gamal Abdel Nasser.
The topic currently under collaboration is Egyptian politics from 2012 to present.
- Diaa abdelmoneim (talk · contribs · email)
- Al Ameer son (talk · contribs · email)
- Nableezy (talk · contribs · email)
- Arab League (talk · contribs · email)
- Zakawer (talk · contribs · email)
These are collaborations currently under progress.
Rework 2012–present Egyptian political coverage
I want to retool all the shitty articles on Egyptian politics so that terminology that seems to demonize post-Morsi/Sisi-era authorities, as well as terminology that seems to downplay the actions of the Brotherhood (and its supporters and affiliates) and exaggerate those of the post-Morsi/Sisi-era authorities, is replaced with fairer and more neutral terms. Put your response below. Zakawer (talk) 18:32, 11 November 2016 (UTC)
- Oh wait, doesn't look like a very active WikiProject. People don't give a damn about helping me improve the content on WP. Zakawer (talk) 09:00, 27 March 2017 (UTC)
Post all of your suggestions at at the bottom of the list here. Every week (plus or minus a few days), we pick a new project.
Nasser's Economy Politics in Egypt
Nasser has Greatly affected Egypt in its Economy, following the revolution, with wars in Algeria, Yemen and Palestine, yet there doesn't seem to be any thing about that issue, also we should include the ideas of what people opposing Nasser think, in Egypt i mean... since he was the father of socialism in Egypt, and alot of people, who were considered the Aristocrats of Egypt, don't like him, and blame him for the Current Egyptian Economy's Back warded situation... --Arab League User (talk) 12:46, 23 July 2009 (UTC)