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A couple of conversation starters

Wizzards are indeed a very useful and potentially time-saving tool. Your example is for adding good content. However, wizzards can also be used for instructing how to remove bad content. Above I tried to define content quality by five requirements (it's just a try). What could help is making such wizzards for all of these requirements, then translate them for all projects. For example 'how to deal with POV/unencyclopaedic/biased/etc content'.

Woodwalker13:03, 18 November 2009

A "Report a problem with this page/article" link or icon on every page, that leads to a pop-up wizard for advising how to handle problems? I'd say "yes" to that. It's something we could do with the present-day setup.

FT2 (Talk | email)15:45, 18 November 2009

One of the wikis (polish, maybe?) has something like this. Might be worth checking into.

~Philippe (WMF)20:16, 18 November 2009

@FT2: it is a good idea. Of course there should first be a wizard before there can be a link to it though. @Philippe: I checked the Polish wp but couldn't find something like it. Perhaps Piotrus can help us out.

Woodwalker07:19, 19 November 2009