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  3. This page in a nutshell: An outline is a list article, arranged hierarchically, that helps a reader learn about a subject quickly, by showing what topics it includes, and how the topics relate to each other. Outlines on Wikipedia combine the benefits of tables of contents, site maps, and glossaries. The system of outlines are also linked ...

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    What is a "stub article" has not a formal definition and it is subject to different interpretation based on the topic of the article and the Wikipedia sub-community. The current guidelines for the English version of Wikipedia set a minimum number of character (1500) to consider an article "good enough" ( It is clear that this definition is quite vague as this number of characters could be enough for a TV show but for sure they are not sufficient to describe the WWII. The current way to mark an article as a stub is managed by the Wikipedia editors that have the responsibility to add in the corpus of the page the relative {{stub}} template. In the English version of Wikipedia, the name of the template includes the category of the article. This is encoded in the name using the format {{category_name-stub}} and in October 2016 the total number of templates with this format were 27572. An alternative way to approach the stub problem is to...

    Previous attempts to approach the stubs expansion problem are based on the automatic generation of the content using external sources and summarization techniques. Despite this approach may generate acceptable results for short article portions, it is hard to get content with the same quality of the human-written sections. Since the growth and the quality of the Wikipedia articles depend on the editors, the best way to expand the coverage of the encyclopedia is to support the users in the writing activity. A common issue that may arise when an editor creates a new article (or edits a stub) is the limited support offered by the editing tool about the structure of the article, and how it should appear to be readable and consistent with the articles in the same category. Starting from an almost empty article may add extra workload and can discourage the user to contribute. ( kenophobia! :) ) [TODO: considerations about category-structure] In particular, the structure of an article can...

    One effective way to help the editors in expanding the content of an article is the introduction of a template generator that pre-compiles the structure of the page giving the user the possibility to quickly understand what is missing.

    While working on this research we realized that expanding stubs is a subset of the problem we're interested in, and that is expanding any Wikipedia article. This latter problem includes also the stub expansion research. You can read more about this new direction atExpanding Wikipedia articles across languages.

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    This template is intended for use in all wikipedia articles having reference to NRHP NRIS database. It is being started to address need discussed currently at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject National Register of Historic Places/Archive 48#Please change the standard citation to omit the link. Help developing this template properly would be appreciated. --doncram (talk) 14:15, 5 November 2010 (UTC) 1. Testing {{NRISref}} : 2. and testing {{NRISref|version=2009a}} 1. --doncram (talk) 18:06, 17 November 2010 (UTC) 1.1. and testing {{NRISref|version=2008a}} 1. 1.1. and testing {{NRISref|version=2007a}} 1.2. and testing {{NRISref|version=2007b}}

    Should this URL, current source of the March 13, 2009 database, be included in what is displayed in articles? --doncram (talk) 18:30, 17 November 2010 (UTC)

    Why are these dates in the format yyyy-mm-dd? Shouldn't they be Mmmm d, yyyy?—Markles12:52, 31 January 2011 (UTC) 1. Is there some sort of policy preferring one date type over another? I usually use yyyy-mm-dd in everything I do because it's standardized, but if there's a policy overriding my personal preference, so be it.--Dudemanfellabra (talk) 14:36, 31 January 2011 (UTC) 1.1. WP:MOS states: "Dates in the format YYYY-MM-DD (like 1976-05-13) are uncommon in English prose and are generally not used in article prose. However, they may be useful in long lists, references, and tables for conciseness and ease of comparison." WP:DATE may also give some guidance, but I'm not sure.—Markles 20:55, 31 January 2011 (UTC) 1.1.1. Well, this is a reference, not prose, so how does that apply here?--Dudemanfellabra (talk) 22:14, 31 January 2011 (UTC) It's certainly allowed for references, but there's no guidance as to whether it's actually a good idea. I, frankly, don't like it, but I su...

    The version currently in the sandbox is functionally identical to the active version except that it is easier to maintain, the documentation has been moved to the /doc sub-page and an undocumented demo parameter has been added for use in test cases. There are testcase here. –droll [chat]03:13, 3 July 2011 (UTC) 1. Looks good to me. I hate that this template is now protected. Maybe I'll look into becoming an admin. I'm tired of having to ask people to do things as simple as this.--Dudemanfellabra (talk) 15:42, 3 July 2011 (UTC) 2. Done — Martin (MSGJ · talk)12:36, 4 July 2011 (UTC)

    The version in the sandbox updates the code to use tags so that the template page itself will not appear in the error category, Category:NRISref errors.--Dudemanfellabra (talk) 20:34, 1 April 2012 (UTC) 1. Done Anomie⚔20:59, 2 April 2012 (UTC)

    This template italicizes "National Register of Historic Places" (at, for example, Munson Diner). The National Register is no more supposed to be in italics than The Library of Congress, the Hollywood Walk of Fame or any other entity that is not a book, magazine, TV series or movie title — and it's certainly not italicized at National Register of Historic Places. As this is a protected article, would someone address this, please. --Tenebrae (talk) 00:07, 25 May 2012 (UTC) 1. As it's now been over a week and the previous edit requests were answered within a day or two, I'd like to request than an editor with privileges for this article please address this request as well. With thanks, --Tenebrae (talk) 16:11, 2 June 2012 (UTC) 1.1. To draw attention to your request, you should use the {{editprotected}} template. As for this specific request, the NRHP is being cited as a website and the convention in the "Citation Style 1" style used by this template is that the title of the website as...

    Can someone add |author= Staff to the template so that corporate authorship of the website by the staff of the NPS can be attributed? Thanks. Imzadi 1979 →00:07, 14 June 2012 (UTC) 1. Code is on Template:NRISref/sandbox. I'm not sure that this is what you intend? — Martin (MSGJ · talk) 06:34, 14 June 2012 (UTC) 1.1. Yes, that's what I was looking for. Imzadi 1979 → 07:06, 14 June 2012 (UTC) 1.1.1. I'm not sure that conveys any useful information? It is already attributed to the NPS ... I can add it if there is consensus for this change though. I've also got some more efficient code for the date formatting on the sandbox. — Martin (MSGJ · talk) 09:59, 14 June 2012 (UTC) The publisher is attributed to the NPS, but as a staff-produced work, the authorship can/should be attributed to them as well. Imzadi 1979 → 10:03, 14 June 2012 (UTC) Personally I don't see the benefit, but I'll leave this request for someone else to deal with. — Martin (MSGJ · talk)20:15, 15 June...

    The template {t{CRHP|17701|Nanticoke National Historic Site of Canada}} comes up nicely with links to the detail page for the site as Nanticoke National Historic Site of Canada. Canadian Register of Historic Places. See Template:CRHP Can we have an equivalent NRIS template that would display the details for an American site? It would be very useful on any site page, but particularly for pages like Reed and Stem which refer to many buildings. StarryGrandma (talk) 19:48, 26 August 2012 (UTC) 1. This sounds nice, but if I understand it correctly, I don't think the NRHP in DC works that way. So, e.g. if you put a registration number in a NRISref template - some of them might be able to go to the clunky NRHP focus site and get some pages (though I doubt it would be smooth) and others might have to go to to 25 different state SHPO sites. I would guess that the Canadian project has a well organized web-site that they can connect to. Smallbones(smalltalk)02:44, 27 August 2012 (UTC) 1. 1.1....

    Per discussions above and an ongoing one at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject National Register of Historic Places#Using an Alternate Citation to Allow Users to Search for a Historic Place on the NRHP Site, there is some general recognition that the current standard NRISref is unsatisfactory. Relatedly, I started Wikipedia article National Register Information System, with intent that it should be linked within an improved NRISref, and that article has now survived an AFD. So now, here i am to suggest that the current reference be changed to link to that article, where it now links to an external webpage where the entire NRIS database can be downloaded (but no readers would want to do that, and they should not be steered toward doing so). The Wikipedia article can and should include some guidance / links about using an available search query form. And it can and should include guidance about using the online private copy of NRIS. The proposal here i...

    I've got some code at User:Dudemanfellabra/Testwhich will generate a link to the weekly list page corresponding to a given listing date. It works with sites listed back to 1983 and will produce blank for dates before that. Here are some examples: 1. October 1, 1955 (or any pre 1983 date) - no match 2. January 1, 1984 - no match 3. December 31, 1995 - no match 4. January 1, 1996 - no match 5. September 11, 1999 - no match 6. April 5, 2006 - no match Does anyone object to me adding the ability to show the link to the weekly list into the code? I think another good addition would be the link to the Focus search output, discussed in the section above.--Dudemanfellabra (talk) 00:01, 24 October 2013 (UTC)

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