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  1. Wikipedia:WikiProject Metal This WikiProject is believed to be inactive. Consider looking for related projects for help or ask at the Teahouse. If you are not currently a project participant and wish to help you may still participate in the project or its parent project WikiProject Music. This status should be changed if any activity resumes.

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    Scope

    Any articles in the Category:Metalworking and its sub-categories fall within our scope, as well as any articles that pertain in a direct way to the subject of Metalworking. We also work closely with similar projectswhose scopes frequently coincide with ours.

    Goals

    1. To improve Wikipedia's coverage of metalworking by creating, expanding, and maintaining such articles. 2. To provide guidelines and recommendations for articles within our scope. 3. To serve as the central point of discussion for issues related to metalworking in Wikipedia.

    How you can help

    Be bold and contribute! Improve any articles you come across, look for articles to improve from our Cleanup listing, ask any of our regular contributors, or check the Worksection below for specific projects.

    There's always work of some sort to be done; if you can't find any particular projects here to interest you, peruse pages within the Metalworking category to look for improvements you can make, or check out the Cleanup listingfor articles that need improvement. Feel free to add any tasks here that you think deserve the attention of the whole projec...

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    1. {{Metalworking navbox|cast|form|mach|smith|tool|weld}}—put at the bottom of the article, just above the categories

    WikiProject

    1. {{WikiProject metalworking|class=???|importance=???}}—put on talk page

    Stubs

    1. {{metalworking-stub}}—put at the bottom of the article, below the categories

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    Most songs do not merit an article and should redirect to another relevant article, such as for a prominent album or for the artist who wrote or prominently performed the song. Songs that have been ranked on national or significant music charts, that have won significant awards or honors or that have been performed independently by several notable ...

    Naming

    Song article titles should be named after the song, without quotation marks, for example, Paranoid Android. If there is another article with that name use the format ' (song)', for example, "Wonderwall (song)". If there is more than one song article with a title then disambiguate by putting the artist name in the title to make ' ( song)', for example "Because (The Beatles song)". If the song is in a foreign language and titled using the Latin alphabet, then,...

    Formatting

    When creating any music articles remember that song and single titles go in quotation marks "like this" and album titles are italicised like this. The song title should be in boldface in the first sentence and in infobox chronologies, but the surrounding quotation marks should not be in boldface. When linking to song articles, use piping to conceal the disambiguation terms, for example use the syntax "[[Because (The Beatles song)|Because]]", to make the link simply appear as "Because". Also,...

    Project tag

    Template:WikiProject Songs Please add {{songs}} along with the quality of the article. You can do this by specifying |class=X, where X is Stub, Start, C, B, A, GA or FA (see Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Assessment for explanation of terms). Note that the parameter and values are case sensitive. Not all song articles have been tagged with {{songs}}. Many articles still need to be graded based on quality. The rating by importanceis not currently implemented, as the project is currently...

    Infobox conversions

    For single or song articles with old-style, subst'ed or incorrect infoboxes, please add {{newinfobox|type=single}} or {{newinfobox|type=song}} to the talk page. As a regular maintenance task, please convert the infoboxes to the new style. Check Category:Song articles needing single infobox conversion and Category:Song articles needing song infobox conversionfor articles needing attention.

    Per WP:CATEGORY, a song may be categorized by a characteristic (such as producer, composer, record-label, etc.) only if it is a defining characteristic of the song (i.e. reliable, secondary sources commonly and consistently definethe song as having the characteristic—not just mention it in passing or for completeness). 1. Year of publication or rel...

    Again, similarly to the Albums project, you can use {{Infobox single}} for singles (A- or B-sides) and use {{Infobox song}} for album tracks. For standards, use {{Infobox standard}}. There are also specialist infoboxes : {{Infobox anthem}} (national anthems), {{Infobox ESC entry}} (Eurovision entries) and {{Infobox hymn}}.

    Main body

    Write a description of the song. Write the basics first (this is often the information contained in the infobox). Then write about the music and lyrics, its influences and its effect on culture (with citations, of course). Because the entire article is about the song, it is recommended that there be no section headers with titles such as "Song information" or "About the song". Stick to factual material. Do not include "original research" such as opinions about a song, or interpretations of th...

    Single track listings

    If the song is a single include track listings for the single's different formats.

    Lyrics and music videos

    Do not include the song's entire lyrics or embed the song's music video in the article unless you are certain they are in the public domain. Quotations of the work within the analytical framework can fall into the fair use provisions within US copyright law (and to a lesser extent fair dealing and related concepts within other jurisdictions). However, how much of a song you can quote is open to interpretation, but you should avoid copyright paranoia. Examples of works still under copyright ca...

    If the article is a stub, please use one of the following stub templates at the bottom of the page: 1. {{song-stub}} 1.1. {{1900s-song-stub}} 1.2. {{1910s-song-stub}} 1.3. {{1920s-song-stub}} 1.4. {{1930s-song-stub}} 1.5. {{1940s-song-stub}} 1.6. {{1950s-song-stub}} 1.7. {{1960s-song-stub}} 1.8. {{1970s-song-stub}} 1.9. {{1980s-song-stub}} 1.10. {{...

    The following is a list of featured articleson songs and singles. These are articles that the community as a whole have judged as being some of the best articles on Wikipedia. They can serve as excellent examples for articles on singles and songs. The full list can be seen at Category:FA-Class song articles

    To add yourself as a member, put the userbox labeled {{User WikiProject Songs}} on your user page. Template:User WikiProject Songs To see who has joined the project, see Category:WikiProject Songs members.

    List of notable songs: an editable list created as part of the Missing encyclopedic articlesWikiProject. Requested Articles; an editable list of requested song articles, to fulfil or add your own.

  2. This page is within the scope of WikiProject Metalworking, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Metalworking on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.

    • Trage Wegen / Voies Lentes / Slow Ways Draft
    • Different Kinds of Tracks/Paths
    • Barriers

    This page aims to aggregate the current conventions and uses of the Key:path, Key:trackand document additional tagging, concerning local paths/tracks in Belgium. This is still a draft page, created to help clarify open issues mentioned in this mailing list thread

    The first big question as always, do I have to use highway=path, highway=track or even highway=footway?

    In a lot of changesets, you will discover that the mapper did more than just map the slow road. When surveying an area, you have more information at your disposal which you could introduce in OSM. Things like barrier=*could easily be encountered on a hiking trip. Make sure to tag them in a consistent way.

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  4. Underprosjektet Heavy Metal er et prosjekt som ble startet den 30. april 2007, som har som hensikt å samle wikipedianere som er interesert i alle subsjangrene innen heavy metal. Prosjektet har som mål å standardisere og forbedre metal-relaterte artikler, samt opprette manglende artikler.

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