Wikipedia:WikiProject Pakistan/Policies and guidelines
|This page is an essay on style. It contains the advice and/or opinions of one or more WikiProjects on how to format and present article content within their area of interest.
This advice page is not a formal Wikipedia policy or guideline and is not part of the Manual of Style. It might not provide valid criteria for failing a Good Article or Featured Article candidate, nor for a noticeboard action or other dispute. However, it may be consulted for assistance during any discussion about the style used in an article. The degree of consensus that went into creating this essay (a potential measure of the reliability of the advice) can be judged by consulting the history and talk pages.
Policies and guidelines on this page express standards that have community consensus, though to differing degrees: policies are considered a standard that all users should follow, whereas guidelines are more advisory in nature. Both need to be approached with common sense. A user who acts against the spirit of them may be reprimanded, even if technically no rule has been violated. Those who edit in good faith, are civil, seek consensus as per the official Wikipedia policies and guidelines, are always welcome here.
In no way, do the policies here render those stated in the actual Wikipedia policies, but further them only for the articles related to Pakistan. This page is expected to grow as matters are discussed on the main talk page for the project. All sought yield from consensuses would appear here on this page.
- Religious sectarianism – being discussed here