Wikipedia:WikiProject London Transport/Assessment

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Quality scale[edit]

Grading scale[edit]

WikiProject article quality grading scheme

Each London Transport related article should have an assessment of quality and importance on its talk page using the {{WikiProject London Transport}} template, such as {{Wikipedia:WikiProject_London Transport|class=B|importance=high}}.

Quality scale[edit]

The following quality classes are used to categorise articles on Wikiproject London Transport:

  • Stub class: No structure, only brief sentence or two - Use class=Stub
  • Start class: Some structure, brief paragraphs - Use class=Start
  • C class: improved structure and details separating article into topics but requiring, further development such as references, images, etc. - Use class=C
  • B class: developed structure, at least one paragraph for most required headers, in-line sourcing, includes map and at least one image - Use class=B
  • Good Article (GA) class: all required headers with complete coverage of subject and relevant images. Must have been nominated for and have passed a Good Article review - Use class=GA
  • List: an article that takes the form of a list rather than prose. An introduction is still required and images may be included - Use class=List
  • A class: NOT USED
  • Featured Article (FA) class: complete, professional standard article, which must have been nominated for and have passed a Featured Article Review - Use class=FA
  • Featured List (FL) class: complete list, which must have been nominated for and have passed a Featured List Review - Use class=FL

Other administrative classes for use on non-article pages include:

  • Portal class: for the Wikiproject London Transport portal and its sub-pages - Use class=Portal
  • Project class: for the project page and sub-pages - Use class=Project
  • Category class: for categories - Use class=category

Importance scale[edit]

Top Subject is a must-have for a print encyclopaedia
High Subject contributes a depth of knowledge
Mid Subject fills in more minor details
Low Subject is mainly of specialist interest.


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