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Proofread of the Month
November 2015

Special: Validation month


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Wikisource has a number of active Wikiprojects that could use
your help in tackling these large additions to our library.


Law Project
Work: Wikisource:WikiProject Law

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The current Proofread of the Month is

Studies in Lowland Scots  (1909)
by James Colville.

Last month completed: Weird Tales, Volume 1, Number 1
The next scheduled collaboration will begin in December.

Project guidelineEdit

  • Search archive.org with: AND -contributor:(jstor)
  • {{new texts}}


 
 

User:Zoeannl/The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State

BooksEdit

DoneEdit

My LibraryEdit

DisambiguationEdit

  • Author:Thomas Wright is (1810–1877); also 1711-86 (astronomy) and 1809-1884, (morning and evening prayers), 1822-1910 (surgeon, natural historian), 1809-1884 (physiology, natural historian)

Create Transcription ProjectEdit

ProofreadingEdit

For BeginnersEdit

Long s’sEdit

ToC To DoEdit

Indexes to doEdit

Ads to doEdit

ImagesEdit

PoetryEdit

TransclusionEdit

LibrariesEdit

Carrie Chapman Catt, early sufferagette

Annotation projectsEdit

Wikisource_talk:Annotations, Wikisource:Annotations

Match and splitEdit

Validation projectsEdit

User:Beleg_Tâl has a list of projects

Translation projectsEdit

Wikisource:DoubleWiki Extension Author:René Primevère Lesson referenced by Darwin. No translations found on IA or google search.

User listsEdit

PortalsEdit

WikiprojectsEdit

Need fixingEdit

PeriodicalsEdit

AuthorsEdit

James Maurice Wilson

PortalsEdit


Juvunile FictionEdit

Portal:WomenEdit

PublishersEdit

See w:Jacques_Cattell

ArchivesEdit

Texts without scansEdit

CategoriesEdit

  • proofreading promised - books to upload; index to fix;
  • {{missing image}}; {{greek missing}} etc "level 2 proofreading"
  • transclusion needed - links to make - external (WP) references + internal e.g. index, contents
  • (v) short work

WikipediaEdit

ExemplarsEdit

General editingEdit

<section begin=Ennn /> At the top of the page where one article ends and another begins.
<section end=Ennn /><section begin=Bnnn /> This indicates the end of the previous section and the beginning of the new article.
<section end=Bnnn /> At the bottom of the page. This appends the beginning of the new article to the rest of the article.

UserEdit

  • User:xxx/common.js

Basic notesEdit

  • Login
  • Click up arrow to get to page index
  • Click page number
  • Click Edit tab
  • Show preview


TemplatesEdit

  • Templates: some work in Main-, some in Page space
  • Templates spanning pages
  • Templates used-shows templates (click triangle arrow at bottom of page for list)
  • Template pages-click templates used to go to template page
Template:tl Displays template name and links to template page
What links here-click Tools on side bar for examples of use.
User:Pppery wiki gnome does templates, lists properly et al

ScriptsEdit

works per page

pathoschild (Jesse) go to man

Documentation including how-to at TemplateScript

BotsEdit

works per file

  • reference bot, searches books referenced in WP: adds links to WP
  • reference bot searches for WP articles in public domain, add to wishlist
  • Scanno bot: should be run at all pages proofread stage.
  • red link bot - picks up template typos
  • reference bot- collates links within book

m:Manual:Creating_a_bot

scriptEdit

tutorials

WikilinksEdit

w:List_of_Latin_phrases should be in wikiquotes wikt:Appendix:List_of_Latin_phrases
Greeks
Kepler, Copernicus, Galileo. Kepler on La.Wikisource-how to shortcut?
  • wiktionary could trawl Wikisource texts (start with dictionaries and encycl.s), link [wikt: and then have sources through What links here.

Book link Template

Input: Book-->automatic search for other references in wikisource, wikipedia, wikiquote etc. in right column. Special:What links here

Prompts for- (pull-down menu)not applicable/unknown/options-suggestive and predictive text (based on common usage in wiki)

Author
Gender, Ethnicity/Nationality, Scholarly Qualification &/or Affiliation, Wikipedia article
Publisher -->Portal
Date
Year, decade, century, era, epoch, etc; automatic out of copyright/year copyright runs out -->category
Optional Place if significant
Other, proposed option

-->Bibliography of xxx

Category

Pull-down menu of categories

Author/Publisher/Place/date/
Automatic check for match with existing categorised books (e.g. women authors)
Fiction/Non-fiction/Biographies etc
Subject categories
Library classification systems
Wiki works tree

Texts by reading levelEdit

Is there a site where we could input text file and get reading level assessment, vocabulary list etc.?