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  1. The Biography WikiProject concerns the creation, development, and organization of Wikipedia's articles about persons (including but not limited to biographies). It includes only articles about individual persons, not about an organization or group or association, unless a substantial section of the article is a biography of a person related to that organization or group.

  2. Welcome to the military biography task force, which covers all biographies of military personnel.If you have any questions about articles or are generally seeking advice, you're encouraged to ask at the main military history talk page, or you can directly approach one of the task force participants below.

  3. Template:WikiProject Biography. This template is within the scope of WikiProject Biography, a collaborative effort to create, develop and organize Wikipedia's articles about people. All interested editors are invited to join the project and contribute to the discussion.

    • Directions For Expanding Any Division Below
    • Tagging Articles
    • Africa
    • Europe
    • North America
    • Oceania
    • South America

    The general outline and collection has been started, but if you would like to expand and organize your country/region, here's what you do. Right below the page heading for your country/region insert this: {{subst:Wikipedia:WikiProject Biography/Work groups/Division banner}} and save. This will put a rough outline together for you (see China) and then you can edit it to conform to your area. If your project grows large enough where it's taking up a good portion of this page, you should probably move it to a subpage of this page, like United States. A good place to look for requested articles for your area is the Missing articles project for politicians

    Any article related to this work group should be marked by adding |politician-work-group=yes to the {{WikiProject Biography}} project banner at the top of its talk page This will automatically place it into Category:Politics and government work group articles. Articles can be assessed for priority within this work group by using the |politician-priority= parameter. See Template:WikiProject Biography/docfor detailed instructions on how to use the banner.

    {{Africa-politician-stub}}
    {{Liberia-politician-stub}}
    {{Nigeria-politician-stub}}
    {{SouthAfrica-politician-stub}}
    {{Europe-politician-stub}}
    {{MEP-stub}}

    Central America

    1. {{CentralAm-politician-stub}} 2. Category:Costa Rican politicians 3. Category:Guatemalan politicians 4. Category:Honduran politicians 5. Category:Nicaraguan politicians 6. Category:Panamanian politicians 7. Category:Salvadoran politicians

    Mexico

    1. {{Mexico-politician-stub}} 2. Category:Mexican politicians

    United States

    1. see /United Statessubpage

    • Administrative Basics
    • Background: The Dictionary of National Biography
    • Two Forms of Adaptation
    • Guidelines
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    Wikipedia:WikiProject Missing encyclopedic articles is the parent WikiProject of this project. s:Wikisource:WikiProject DNB is the sister project dealing with the proof-reading of texts. All of the articles from the original DNB and the first supplement have been available at Wikisource since 2013. The single most useful category for the project is probably s:Category:DNB No WP which houses DNB articles at Wikisource not linked to a Wikipedia article (though the matching article may be there); see also Category:Articles incorporating DNB text without Wikisource reference relating to the {{DNB}} template and Category:Articles requiring a direct DNB linkthat can be used on article Talk pages to tag for the addition of DNB material and/or a DNB reference.

    The 1885–1900 DNB was a UK publication providing biographies of 30,000 or so people from the UK and its colonies. The contents of the 1900 works are in the public domain in the US. The description a monumental compilation of biographical entries for people important in the history of the British Isles is a typical assessment. (See the first page of text from over 25,000.) Christopher Hill called it "that much maligned and indispensable work" (preface to his Intellectual Origins of the English Revolution). All articles from the original and the first supplement are available at Wikisource. Articles should be checked for accuracy and currency, probably rephrased, and often trimmed. At first sight DNB material can look bad: stilted prose, too many verbatim quotes from primary sources, judgemental, sometimes marginally verifiable ("X was probably connected with the old Staffordshire family of the same name"). An example such as s:Chillenden, Edmund (DNB00) shows how the DNB can (just po...

    Starting from the text of an older DNB biography that is in the public domain, there are two basic methods in which it might be used in Wikipedia. New article If there is currently no Wikipedia article on the subject of the biography, one may be created by copying the original source and editing the text: 1. Remove inline DNB references. 2. Create an adequate lead section. 3. Wikify and copy edit the text, updating any old-fashioned prose and trimming out excess detail, and citations from primary sources (in most cases). 4. Sort into sections. 5. Add the {{DNB}} attribution template at the end (see Wikipedia:Plagiarism). The template {{DNB}} should be filled in with a link to the Wikisource version of the article: {{DNB|wstitle="article name"|volume="number"}} This meets the needs of the reader who wishes to see what references the DNB gave, or would like to chase up detail that has been removed. Such articles should also be linked in to other pages, and appropriate categories added...

    DNB biographies may sometimes contain assessments of the subjects, and these should not appear in Wikipedia articles as simple factual statements when they are at best editorial comment. Where such...
    In all such cases there is a degree of editorial judgement involved, of whether the Victorian POV is worth having at all.

    The scale and ambition of the project is large, given that the first edition of the DNB (1885 to 1900) had over 27,000 biographies in 63 volumes, and there were supplements in 1901 and later. The need for a formal project comes from the sheer number of biographies to adapt and track. There are currently about 70% of the subjects covered in Wikipedia, with many of the corresponding articles being stubs. There are complete listings of the first edition and first supplement on WP, and you can access these immediately below. These listings are used to track the presence of articles and the need to expand with DNB text, according to some protocols with ticks. If there is one lesson from earlier efforts of this type (see Wikipedia: Merging encyclopedias), it is this: disambiguation requires considerable care, or otherwise potential articles with the same name but a different person will simply get overlooked. For that reason no names should be removed from the listings, but names should b...

    User:Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi — fortunavelut luna12:52, 13 September 2017 (UTC)
    Charles Matthews (talk) 09:04, 9 September 2010 (UTC)
    Dr. Blofeld09:29, 9 September 2010 (UTC)
    Tagishsimon (talk)09:30, 9 September 2010 (UTC) (have little time for wikisource, mostly into making good wikipedia articles from DNB source)
    Moving project pages to new titles
    Discuss proposals to use bot importation from Wikisource
    Develop some topical lists
    Clarify the notability issue with some concrete examples: e.g. s:Diodati, Charles (DNB00)

    Missing article topical lists

    1. /Antiquarians 2. /Artists 3. /Longer DNB 4. /Medics 5. /Military biographies 6. /Missing women - done May 2015, new version /Women in Red; Wikipedia:WikiProject Women in Red/Missing articles by occupation/ODNBis state-of-the-art 7. /Naval biographies 8. /Theatre 9. /Writers(under construction)

    Maintenance

    1. /Interwiki footprint 2. /Pages needing attention 3. /Prose– typical unlovely DNB expressions 4. /Templates– currently needed, just to clarify the scope of existing DNB templates 5. /Topical lists 6. /Tracking– monthly statistics and breakdown of missing articles 7. /Volume of the Month(inactive) 8. /Walkthrough

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