উইকিপিডিয়া:বিষয়বস্তু মূল্যায়ন

The following system is used by the Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team for assessing how close we are to a distribution-quality article on a particular topic. The system is based on a letter scheme which reflects principally how factually complete the article is, though language quality and layout are also factors.

The quality assessments are mainly performed by participants in WikiProjects, who tag talk pages of articles. These tags are then collected by a bot, which generates output such as a log and statistics. For more information, see Using the bot. (Note that when more than one WikiProject has rated an article, the bot will take the best rating as the rating of the overall article.) The WP:1.0 team is nowটেমপ্লেট:When? setting up to use a second bot to select articles, based on the assessments performed by WikiProjects.

Two levels, GA (Good Article) and FA (Featured Article), are assessments made by independent editors, rather than by WikiProjects. GAs are generally reviewed by a single editor, and FA by a panel. Candidates are nominated by listing them at WP:Good article nominations and WP:Featured article candidates. Judgments are made according to the criteria at WP:Good article criteria and WP:Featured article criteria, and the results are listed at WP:Good articles and WP:Featured articles.

It is vital that editors not take these assessments of their contributions personally. It is understood that we each have our own opinions of the priorities of the objective criteria for a perfect article. Generally an active project will develop a consensus, though be aware that different projects may use their own variation of the criteria more tuned for the subject area, such as this. More active WikiProjects have an assessment team. If you contribute a lot of content to an article you may request an independent assessment.

At present this assessment system is in use in the Wikipedia 1.0 project, and in several hundred WikiProjects on the English Wikipedia. As of May 2017, over 5.1 million articles have been assessed. Several other languages are also using this assessment system or a derivative thereof.

নিবন্ধের উন্নতি মূল্যায়নের পদ্ধতি
লেবেল বিচারধারা পাঠকের অভিজ্ঞতা সম্পাদকের অভিজ্ঞতা উদাহরণ
নির্বাচিত নিবন্ধের বর্তমান বিচারধারা অনুসারে যে নিবন্ধ পর্যালোচনার পরে নির্বাচিত নিবন্ধ হিসাবে সংরক্ষিত হয়েছে।। চুড়ান্ত। সঠিক, আদ্যন্ত নিবন্ধটি বিশ্বকোষীয় তথ্যের জন্য একটি প্রামান্য উৎস। নতুন তথ্য প্রকাশ না হওয়া অবধি আর কোনো সম্পাদনার প্রয়োজন নেই,কিন্তু লেখাতে আরও উন্নতিসাধন এখন সম্ভব । বাংলাদেশ
Provides a well-written, reasonably clear and complete description of the topic, as described in How to write a great article. It should be of a length suitable for the subject, with a well-written introduction and an appropriate series of headings to break up the content. It should have sufficient external literature references, preferably from "hard" (peer-reviewed where appropriate) literature rather than websites. Should be well illustrated, with no copyright problems. At the stage where it could at least be considered for featured article status, corresponds to the "Wikipedia 1.0" standard. Very useful to readers. A fairly complete treatment of the subject. A non-expert in the subject matter would typically find nothing wanting. May miss a few relevant points. Minor edits and adjustments would improve the article, particularly if brought to bear by a subject-matter expert. In particular, issues of breadth, completeness, and balance may need work. Peer-review would be helpful at this stage. Durian (as of June 2006)
The article has passed through the Good article nomination process and been granted GA status, meeting the good article standards. This should be used for articles that still need some work to reach featured article standards, but that are otherwise good. Good articles that may succeed in FAC should be considered A-Class articles, but having completed the Good article designation process is not a requirement for A-Class. Useful to nearly all readers. A good treatment of the subject. No obvious problems, gaps, excessive information. Adequate for most purposes, but other encyclopedias could do a better job. Some editing will clearly be helpful, but not necessary for a good reader experience. If the article is not already fully wikified, now is the time. Agriculture (as of June 2006)
Has several of the elements described in "start", usually a majority of the material needed for a completed article. Nonetheless, it has significant gaps or missing elements or references, needs substantial editing for English language usage and/or clarity, balance of content, or contains other policy problems such as copyright, Neutral Point Of View (NPOV) or No Original Research (NOR). With NPOV a well written B-class may correspond to the "Wikipedia 0.5" or "usable" standard. Articles that are close to GA status but don't meet the Good article criteria should be B- or Start-class articles. Useful to many, but not all, readers. A casual reader flipping through articles would feel that they generally understood the topic, but a serious student or researcher trying to use the material would have trouble doing so, or would risk error in derivative work. Considerable editing is still needed, including filling in some important gaps or correcting significant policy errors. Articles for which cleanup is needed will typically have this designation to start with. Munich air disaster (as of May 2006) has a lot of helpful material but contains too many lists, and needs more prose content & references.
The article has a meaningful amount of good content, but it is still weak in many areas, and may lack a key element such as a standard infobox. For example an article on Africa might cover the geography well, but be weak on history and culture. Has at least one serious element of gathered materials, including any one of the following:
  • a particularly useful picture or graphic
  • multiple links that help explain or illustrate the topic
  • a subheading that fully treats an element of the topic
  • multiple subheadings that indicate material that could be added to complete the article
Useful to some, provides a moderate amount of information, but many readers will need to find additional sources of information. The article clearly needs to be expanded. Substantial/major editing is needed, most material for a complete article needs to be added. This article still needs to be completed, so an article cleanup tag is inappropriate at this stage. Arithmetic (as of Oct 2005)
এই ধরনের নিবন্ধ হয় অতি সংক্ষিপ্ত নতুবা এখানে সংশ্লিষ্ট তথ্যাবলী অসম্পূর্ণ বা এলোপাথারি হয়ে থাকে। প্রনির্বাচিত পর্যায়ের নিবন্ধে উন্নীত করতে এ ধরনের নিবন্ধে যথেষ্ট পরিমাণ সম্পাদনার প্রয়োজন থাকে। সাধারণত এই ধরণের নিবন্ধ খুবই ছোট হয়, কিন্তু অপ্রাসঙ্গিক বা অবোধগম্য তথ্য সংযোজনের ফলে কখনো কখনো যথেষ্ট বড়ও হতে পারে। যাদের কাছে নিবন্ধের বিষয়টিই অজানা, অথবা যারা বিষয়ের নামের বাইরে সেই বিষয়ে তেমন কিছুই অবগত নয়, হয়তো সেই ধরনের পাঠকদের কাছে এইধরনের নিবন্ধ কিছুটা প্রয়োজনীয়। এই ধরনের ভালো নিবন্ধগুলি অনেকটা কোনও বিষয়ের উপর আভিধানিক সংজ্ঞার সাথে তুলনীয়। যেকোনও সম্পাদনা বা অতিরিক্ত তথ্যসংযোজনই এইধরনের নিবন্ধের উন্নতিকল্পে স্বাগত। ঝুঁটিয়াল চটক (ফেব্রুয়ারি ২০২০ তে যেমন ছিল)

Note: Some WikiProjects omit some of the standard classes, most often A-class, especially when they lack an assessment team.

Non-standard grades সম্পাদনা

Some WikiProjects use other assessments for mainspace content that do not fit into the above scale:

Other WikiProject assessments
Label Criteria Reader's experience Editing suggestions Example
টেমপ্লেট:Current-Class A topic where details are subject to change often. The article covers an event or topic that is currently ongoing, such as a natural disaster or sports season. Amount of meaningful content varies over time as the projected event goes on. Material added might quickly become obsolete. 2019–20 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season (as of August 2019)
টেমপ্লেট:Future-Class A topic where details are subject to change often. The article covers a future topic, e.g. an forthcoming election or album release, and article content may change as new information arises. Amount of meaningful content varies over time as the projected event draws near. Material added might be speculative and should be carefully sourced. Next United Kingdom general election (as of October 2019)
টেমপ্লেট:SL-Class A list article that would otherwise be regarded as a stub. Used only by a few WikiProjects. May be incomplete or provide little context. Any editing or additional material can be helpful. The provision of meaningful content should be a priority. Pink flowers (as of July 2019)
টেমপ্লেট:SIA-Class Any set index article (SIA) page falls under this class. These are list articles about a set of items of a specific type that also share the same (or similar) name. The page lists related items of the same name. An SIA need not follow the formatting rules for disambiguation pages USS Yorktown (as of May 2018)
Disambig Any disambiguation page falls under this class. The page directs the reader to other pages of the same title. Additions should be made as new articles of that name are created. Jackson (as of August 2019)
পুনর্নির্দেশিত Any redirect falls under this class. The page does not display any article content and redirects to a related topic. Ensure that the redirect is appropriately categorised. American breakfast (as of October 2016)
টেমপ্লেট:Merge-Class Any redirect that is the result of a page merge and has non-trivial history. Used only by a few WikiProjects. The page does not display any article content and redirects to a related topic. Tag the redirect page with {{R from merge}} Tamara (Dungeons & Dragons) (as of August 2018)
টেমপ্লেট:Needed-Class May be used to identify redirects that could be expanded into articles, or articles with content that could be split off to form a new page. Content may not yet exist for the desired topic. Editors are encouraged to be bold when updating the encyclopedia. Free City of Mainz (as of March 2018)
টেমপ্লেট:Deferred-Class Used where quality assessments have been deferred to other WikiProjects. Only WikiProject Firearms uses this grade. Does not affect the reader. Should be used sparingly when project coverage is redundant. Gary Kleck (as of January 2019)
NA A page that does not fit into any other category. Used as a "catch-all" by all WikiProjects. Depends on the type of page. Depends on the type of page. N/A

See also Wikipedia:WikiProject Military history/Assessment which utilises a parallel scheme of "CL-Class", "BL-Class" and "AL-Class" for list articles.

Non-mainspace content সম্পাদনা

Further grades are commonly used by WikiProjects to categorise relevant pages in other namespaces. The precise application of these grades may vary depending on their usage by individual WikiProjects.

Non-mainspace assessments
Label Criteria Example
Category Any category falls under this class. Category:George Orwell
টেমপ্লেট:Draft-Class Any draft falls under this class. These are typically found in the Draft namespace, but may also be in the User namespace. Draft:Example
ফাইল Any file falls under this class; may also include timed text pages. File:Flag of Australia.svg
টেমপ্লেট:FM-Class Any file which has attained featured picture or featured sound status. File:Felis silvestris silvestris.jpg
প্রবেশদ্বার Any portal falls under this class. Portal:Biography
Project Any project page falls under this class; may also include help pages. Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan
Template Any template falls under this class; may also include modules or userboxes. Template:Magnapop
টেমপ্লেট:User-Class Any user page falls under this class. User:Legoktm/afcnew.js

Note that some WikiProjects deal exclusively with non-mainspace content and may use their own customised assessment schemes tailored to a specific purpose: see Wikipedia:WikiProject Portals/Assessment for one such example.

For an index of all WikiProject assessment pages, see Category:WikiProject assessments.

Evolution of an article – an example সম্পাদনা

This clickable imagemap, using the article "Atom" as an example, demonstrates the typical profile for an article's development through the levels. Hold the mouse over a number to see key events, and click on a number to see that version of the article. Please note that until 2008, a C-class rating did not exist on the project, and as such this grading is retroactive. Also, in 2006 references were much less used, and inline references were quite rare; a barely-B-Class article today would typically have many more references than this article did in late 2006.

 The article was a stub when its earliest surviving edit was made on 1 Oct 2001.By 8 Oct 2001, it approached the upper bound of a stub.On 20 Sep 2002, more useful content was added and it became Start.3 Jun 2004, Start; meaningful amount of information, but more structuring is needed.24 Jun 2004, a useful image is added; now it is at the upper bound of Start.On 18 Sep 2004, some sections have expanded and it just reaches C-class.By 31 Aug 2005 it has been expanded, but needs refs; it can be comfortably called C-class.12 Dec 2005, enough content & structure for a respectable article. In spite of its lack of in-line citations, the article is approaching the upper limit of C-Class. If it were properly referenced, we could have considered rating it B-class.By 19 Aug 2006, several new images and contents from a cited book have been added; just makes B-Class.By 23 Mar 2007, new content and refs have been added; easily B-class.17 Oct 2007, nominated for a Peer Review.Review closes on 9 Feb 2008, after addressing MoS / inline cite issues; becomes A-Class.10 Feb 2008, nominated and listed as GA.12 Feb 2008, FAC; promoted to FA 18 Feb.

Importance assessment সম্পাদনা

There is a separate scale for rating articles for importance or priority, which is unrelated to the quality scale outlined here. Unlike the quality scale, the priority scale varies based on the project scope. See also a template at {{Importance scheme}}.

The WP 1.0 bot tracks assessment data (article quality and importance data for individual WikiProjects) assigned via talk page banners. If you would like to add a new WikiProject to the bot's list, please read the instructions at Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Using the bot.

The global summary table below is computed by taking the highest quality and importance rating for each assessed article in the main namespace.