Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Kansas
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Olive Ann Beech
Could I get someone on the Project to look at the article Olive Ann Beech and assess it for something besides a stub article? I have added extensive copy and it is referenced. Thank you. Cuprum17 (talk) 00:06, 17 November 2014 (UTC)
- I bumped existing projects ones up to "Start", since it's obviously at least a "Start" rating, but I didn't move it up higher since I'm not a member of those other projects. I created one for Kansas then ranked it "C", because I feel that any article that ranks "B" or higher should be validated by multiple people before getting such a rank, though I don't know official policy. • Sbmeirow • Talk • 02:40, 17 November 2014 (UTC)
- I don't think anyone has an issue with anyone bumping up a longer article from "Stub" to "Start" without asking. A "Stub" is typically something that is too short and contains almost no text, so anything longer is obviously not a stub, thus automatically deserves no less than "Start", even if you are the one that added most of the text. • Sbmeirow • Talk • 02:44, 17 November 2014 (UTC)
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As discussed at Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_Kansas/Archive_4#Kansas_Navy.3F, I've created a stub article for this apparently tongue-in-cheek fraternal organization. MatthewVanitas (talk) 08:46, 3 February 2015 (UTC)
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Hello all! I was curious if anyone else thought it might be a good idea to make a (nonbinding) guideline on how all the individual US state WikiProjects should organize themselves, to help standardize them. I originally put this suggestion in the WikiProject United States talk page, so feel free to look there if you're interested. It's pretty empty though; basically all they said was to see what each of the individual projects thought about it. Please tell me if you have any concerns with this idea; hopefully we can find a way for everyone to love it! Also, I'm new at making proposals, so please forgive me if I do anything silly. :) Hope that you like this idea! JonathanHopeThisIsUnique (talk) 04:55, 3 August 2015 (UTC)