Wikipedia:WikiProject Organized crime/Assessment

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Welcome to the WikiProject Organized crime assessment page

The ratings are performed within the {{WikiProject Organized crime}} project banner, which places articles in the appropriate sub-categories of Category:Organized crime articles by quality. This also serves as an automatically-generated worklist for the project: see: (Index · Statistics · Log).

  • Note: The following pages still need to be set-up for this project and page:

Instructions[edit]

An article's assessment is generated from the class and importance parameters in the {{WikiProject Organized crime}} project banner on its talk page:

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The following values may be used for the class parameter:

Articles for which a valid class is not provided are listed in Category:Unassessed Organized crime articles. The class should be assigned according to the quality scale below.

Quality scale[edit]

This WikiProject uses the Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Assessment standard quality scale.

WikiProject article quality grading scheme

TBD: User:WP 1.0 bot/Tables/Project/Organized crime , Wikipedia:WikiProject Organized crime/Assessment quality scale

Importance scale[edit]

Label Criteria Examples
Top Core, highly notable topics about Organized crime and related topics. Organized crime, Mafia
High Topics that are very notable within the field of Organized crime, and well-known outside of it, and can be reasonably expected to be included in any print encyclopedia. This may also include product Organized crime topics that have or had widespread distribution on multiple continents. Tong Wars
Mid Topics that are reasonably notable without necessarily being famous or very notable outside of the field. This may also include product Organized crime topics that are prominent on a national level or in multiple countries.
Low Topics of mostly specialized interest or those that are only included for complete coverage or as examples of a higher-level topic; peripheral or trivial Organized crime-related topics. Also encompasses topics about generally lesser-known product Organized crime topics, and may include those that have or had local, regional or statewide distribution.
NA Subject importance is not applicable. Generally applies to non-article pages such as redirects, categories, templates, etc. Category:Organized crime
??? Subject importance has not yet been assessed.