Wikipedia:WikiProject Hampshire/Assessment

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Assessment progress[edit]

Below is a bot-generated table stats are generated automatically every 2-3 days, but they can be updated manually by entering Hampshire into the box here.

Assessment log

Quality scale[edit]

The quality of articles is assessed according to the guidelines at WP:ASSESS, which is a common set of criteria used across many Wikiprojects:

WikiProject article quality grading scheme

Importance scale[edit]

The importance of articles is a more local criterion. It mirrors the project-wide importance scheme, but in relation to a publication purely about Hampshire as opposed to a general encyclopaedia. For example, articles on Hampshire's subdivisions and prinicpal settlements might not appear as stand-alone entries in a general print encyclopaedia but would be essential inclusions in an encyclopaedia of Hampshire.

Need: A measure of a subject's importance, regardless of its quality
Top Subject is a must-have for a print encyclopedia.
High Subject is exceptionally important.
Mid Subject contributes a depth of knowledge.
Low Subject fills in important details.
NA Subject importance is not applicable.

Rule of thumb:

WP:HANTS specific criteria
Top Cities and major towns (Basingstoke), local government districts, grade I listed buildings, scheduled ancient monuments
High Grade II and II* listed buildings; market towns (Aldershot, Andover, Eastleigh, Lyndhurst, Lymington, Romsey, Fareham etc); national parks; motorways and trunk roads; major rivers
Mid Civil parishes, equivalent suburbs and smaller towns; major railway stations; country parks; people who had a significant influence on Hampshire
Low Villages and hamlets within civil parishes; suburban neighbourhoods; local parks; people connected with Hampshire by birth or residence; minor railway stations; everything else that is applicable