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Mass-templating as belonging to a Science Series[edit]

I am convinced that the extent of inserting {{Science}} in all the articles listed at LearnMore's contributions exceeds rational bounds. Since I suggest some mass measures, perhaps of reverting, I filed this thread at WP:AN/I, but maybe this board is more useless than its fame claims.

Maybe, this project is interested in taking care about the use of this template, bearing its name, and that I assume to have been construed on 07.01.2018, and mass-proliferated from 08. to 09.01.2018, "establishing" a broad user basis.

Making the template content appear at the bottom of a page, in collapsed form, would make it very much more digestible, imho. Purgy (talk) 07:16, 10 January 2018 (UTC)

Scholars and academics categories[edit]

What is the difference between Category:Scholars and academics by discipline and Category:Scholars and academics by subject? Neither of the two categories has an explanation on the category page, and based on the current content I don't see by what criteria the two categories are divided. Marcocapelle (talk) 16:04, 14 January 2018 (UTC)

Seeking feedback on a guide for students who edit articles in science communication[edit]

Hello! The Wiki Education Foundation is developing a guide to help students write about all topics related to science communication. The handout is meant to supplement other resources that they consult, such as an interactive training and basic editing brochures. We’d love to get some community feedback on the draft here: User:Cassidy (Wiki Ed)/Science communication. Ideally, we’ll send this to the printer mid-March, so feedback by March 9, 2018 would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! —Cassidy (Wiki Ed) (talk) 00:48, 3 March 2018 (UTC)

Whether to cite new research papers in a Wikipedia article[edit]

There is a debate here Talk:Aharonov–Bohm effect#Latest information on the A-B effect, a topic in physics, about the criteria for including new research papers on the topic in the Wikipedia article. The issue affects a much wider area than physics. Xxanthippe (talk) 03:06, 4 March 2018 (UTC).