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Table of contents

Articles that have good information, but need work for some reason

  • Abscam - needs more facts!
  • Abstract - seems like a very philosophical discussion. Needs some clarification, and extension to arts for instance.
  • Acupuncture - the first half of this article seems ok, but the second part needs, IMO, a more balanced view; it cites only studies which disprove efficacy of acupuncture from POV of Western Medicine. Surely there must by now be more supporting evidence available? -- Viajero 11:40 28 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • Annamacharya - someone who knows of this topic should help the layperson to understand it
  • Assignment problem - to the novice or naive reader, this article is way-out-there. Is it a math problem? a logic problem? How can the everyday person be made to understand? Kingturtle 04:55 May 15, 2003 (UTC)
  • AT&T - uncertain tone, mis-matched paras, needs tidying.
  • Atlas Shrugged - the entire set of Atlas Shrugged/... articles need to be sorted out. (see: Talk:Ayn Rand)
  • Autogyro - a list of facts with some incomplete sentences. Needs tidying up. -- Heron 18:09 14 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • Banrisul - needs English translation. See the portuguese text (/w/wiki.phtml?title=Banrisul&diff=953080&oldid=952753)
  • Battle of Gaugamela - needs more than this fictionalized content
  • Black box - a bit jumbled. Further notes on Talk:Black box
  • Black Sabbath - from the article: and someone else can write 1979 to date
  • Björk -- it's just ugly. -- Zoe 05:58 17 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Bobbejaanland - too short.
  • Burcham, Milo - need wikification and de-1st personing
  • - i have no idea what it means! Kingturtle 00:17 May 14, 2003 (UTC)
  • Catholic modernist theology[?] - although it purports to be a stub, it's really someone's idea of what should be in the article. -- Zoe
  • Catholicism - see Talk:Catholicism
  • Cherokee 2003-05-11 -- I think added information culled from Trail of Tears and other places needs it's own article, but I'm not sure what that article should be called, or where it should go. ~ender
  • Clouds: can someone who knows about clouds add Coalescence, Ceilometer and Cloud base into this article so that Coalescence ceases from being an orphan? Kingturtle 08:04 13 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • codomain see also: range
  • Colophon - just a brief history, no definition. --Menchi 10:12 18 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Coney Island -- It's just a couple of quotes from a guidebook and Fortune Magazine, both from the 1930s. ridetheory May 15, 2003
  • Convention on Biological Diversity - this article needs to tell us what the convention says! Kingturtle 01:20 5 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • Culture of Wales - no longer just a stub, but still very incomplete. Magnus
  • Davis, Jefferson - contains a timeline Kingturtle 22:24 22 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Diacritic - contains a list of special characters that don't have diacritic. -- Menchi 09:48 May 5, 2003
  • E-mail: good information, but should be developed to have a proper history of E-mail, and perspectives on the directions E-mail is evolving: security, for example.
  • Hemingway, Ernest: information from several sources to be merged. Copyright issues?
  • Fernie Alpine Resort: Was too ad like. Made NPOV, needs verification of snowfall, and more content. MB 14:08 3 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • [User:Kingturtle|Kingturtle]] 11:22 26 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • Funeral: I have expanded this with brief descriptions of U.S. custom, law, and a discussion of anatomical gifts. What I have written is still fairly stubly. Info regarding other religions and cultures would be a large improvement. -- IHCOYC 17:21 Feb 27, 2003 (UTC)
  • Fuzzy control system - uses ASCII art - should be converted to proper art :) Martin 23:45 13 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • History of Africa - This article is Eurocentric to the point of being racist. It's shocking that any article on African history doesn't detail black African states like Ghana, Mali, Songhai, Kanem-Bornu, Kano, Ashanti, Oyo, Benin, Ife, Monomontapa, or the Swahili-speaking city-states in East Africa, just to name some of the most notable. -- 172, May 3, 2003
  • History of Fiji and/or Politics of Fiji - excellently written, but much has changed in the government over the past two years. These pages need tremendous updates. See: [1] (http://www.guardian.co.uk/fiji/article/0,2763,347353,00) [2] (http://www.guardian.co.uk/fiji/article/0,2763,547493,00) [3] (http://www.guardian.co.uk/fiji/article/0,2763,652165,00) [4] (http://www.guardian.co.uk/fiji/article/0,2763,445315,00) [5] (http://www.guardian.co.uk/fiji/article/0,2763,656769,00) -- Kingturtle 03:24 Apr 4, 2003 (UTC)
  • Holocene extinction event - more species are needed
  • How to avoid cramps while swimming - Very oudated, completely un-Wikified. --Menchi 10:03 25 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • Japanese art and architecture, Imperial embassies to China
    • Two articles created by Taku, who is notorious for refusing to give an inch in any discussion. The first, in keeping with such other articles as History of Japan and Culture of Japan, should be at Art and architecture of Japan. The second should indicate that the article is referring to Japanese embassies, and not embassies from every Empire known to man. -- Zoe 04:06 May 15, 2003 (UTC)
  • Independent components analysis - Not clear to the non-specialist (or me anyway) -- sannse 08:01 May 3, 2003 (UTC)
  • "Independent, Neutral, Turkmenistan State Anthem": Just copyied-&-pasted. But the titles authenticity was been confirmed by Goatasaur. --Menchi 13:37 27 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • Infertility: Stats with unverified origin - needs a lot more work.
  • Japanese proverbs: Not really even a stub, needs the Japanese translating and more content.
  • Job creation program: anyone from, or with knowledge of Switzerland able to tackle this one? -- sannse 12:54 Mar 19, 2003 (UTC)
  • Locust - a great deal needs to be said Kingturtle 02:35 Apr 7, 2003 (UTC)
  • Magdeburg rights: currently a collection of bits, without any real coherence or scholarship -- help needed from medieval historians, please!
  • Malaysia - The 'Culture' section is empty. -- Zaim 19:28 1 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • Mamoru Chiba, Outer Senshi, and other contributions by User:Crealica. Potential copyright infringement - articles cut-and-pasted from other websites. Wikification needed. -- Wapcaplet 16:32 15 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Mangabros. Apparently written by a fan, so needs NPOV work. I don't know anything about this band really, but having glanced at their website the unusual lowercasing in the article seems probably legit. - Hephaestos
  • The Matchmaker about the movie of the same name. I think that an article about matchmakers[?], those who arrange and/or procure marriages would
  • Napoleonic Wars - little more than an extended structure
  • Old Catholic Church - one page, three articles on the same subject. In need for a synthesis...
  • Occident - a tone very informal. Validity questionable. --Menchi 11:46 30 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Papal States - attack of the killer comma splices[?], among other stylistic faux pas - Smack 05:16 4 Jul 2003 (UTC)
  • Pencil sketching - is just a how-to Kingturtle 07:22 17 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • Pie - The cooking section still needs work
  • PMS - is really only about PMS as legal defense for now. How about a list of symptoms, what causes PMS, how it is treated, possible DSM-IV/V inclusion under depression, different views of women on PMS, etc.
  • Poet laureate - contains a list and little else that is useful. Should contain the history of the position and the duties or usual actions of the poet laureate.
  • Political philosophy - contains government definition inside, and is actually a quotatation of some (novel-like) lecture
  • Princess Antoinette of Monaco - currently makes it sound as though her greatest accomplishment in life is having three children out of wedlock. OK, for all I know, it might be, but it'd be nice to have a bit more about herself. -- John Owens 07:03 May 6, 2003 (UTC)
  • Range - see also: codomain
  • Reframing - The definition currently displayed is hardly convincing. Also, this word seems to have several meanings. -- KF 08:28 26 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Reich, Wilhelm the old boy may well have been bonkers but he deserves a better article than this as it stands quercus robur
  • Religious aspects of marriage - Larry wanted this article, but I doubt he wanted it quite like this. (Not so bad now that the original has been replaced.)
  • Religious education -- Notheruser 03:58 13 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • RFC although not itself a stub, this article links to RFC 0823 and a number of similarly titled articles which are, and which should probably be merged with the head article. Before barging ahead with such an undertaking, I thought it better to have the entire question reviewed by someone more familiar with the field. The head article should probably also be renamed to reflect policy about abbreviations and acronyms. Eclecticology 17:22 Sep 13, 2002 (UTC)
    • I'd say keep the RFC stubs. People refer to specific RFC's during discussions about internet stuff and it would be useful to be able to link directly to the specific RFC. Also, as each RFC becomes useful, it will be elaborated on and grow. If all the articles were rolled together, they'd need to be unrolled at some point in the future. TomCerul Feb 21, 2003
  • Schulze, Klaus - good comment but hardly encyclopedic content Kpjas 07:03 Apr 6, 2003
  • Sensory Integration Dysfunction - needs attention from an expert.
  • Sexual problem - a technical top jammed with a stubby list
  • Shor's algorithm - half of it is missing
  • Side-effect - has only computer definition. Needs medical stuff
    • Well, I cleaned things up and created a beginning of a "medical side effects" article. It does still need work... -- RTC 04:00 Nov 26, 2002 (UTC)
  • Sigismund I Jagiello -- at present, this is just bad prosopography. Needs an infusion of context and coherence
  • Sociology -- somehow confusing at the moment, needs clearing up -- Tillwe 23:59 Mar 23, 2003 (UTC)
  • Spectrum, Optical spectrum -- links to them need disambiguating by someone with technical understanding
  • Stock market - Good article, but entirely US-centric. Needs globalisation in terms and content, and also history section about the development of stock markets.
  • Sugarhill Gang - now redirects to The Sugarhill Gang but could do with linked pages being directed straight to that page rather than via the redirect.
  • Survivor VI - More information about the season
  • Tensor, Classical treatment of tensors Component-free treatment of tensors - much better gentle intros followed by rigor needed: see Talk:Tensors[?]
  • Test (student assessment) - This term may have different denotations in various parts of the world, but what it says on this page verges on the unintelligible. --KF 09:25 May 13, 2003 (UTC)
  • Thirteen Years' War - needs editing and clarification. also, shouldn't have an approstrophe in the title, probably.
    • Thirty Years' War has the apostrophe too. I'm no native speaker, but my dictionary spells it the same way, so I'd think it's OK. Djmutex 15:51 May 3, 2003 (UTC)
  • Timeline of U.S. economic indicators - This page hasn't been touched in over six months and is very incomplete. Either someone should invest a lot of time bringing it up to date, or it should be removed. -- Minesweeper 11:31 Apr 20, 2003 (UTC)
  • Tombstone - Orphan page; violates NPOV. Should be edited or removed. -- Wfeidt 20:52 May 19, 2003 (UTC)
  • Tree structure - formed by merging four fragmentary articles. Now has some reasonable content, but needs lots of copyediting and checking for mathematical correctness
  • UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) - needs organization and an introductory paragraph -- Menchi May 2, 2003
  • Unit 731 (World War II Japanese biological warfare research unit) has outline in place and needs more facts Astudent[?] 05:16 21 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Ventspils[?] - has loads of information, not necessarily all of encyclopedic nature. How do we deal with that? olivier 18:50 Mar 20, 2003 (UTC)
  • Web - goes to World wide web - and spider web[?] jumps to webcrawler[?]. Poor arachnids.
    • I have created a Disambiguation page for this and redirected nearly all of the links that went to it. Needs a few more touches to finish this task... Camster342 19:32 30 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Wends- general re-write and information needs
  • Much of West Point needs to be merged into United States Military Academy - I would do it myself, but I'm busy working on a major refactoring -Smack 04:20 5 Jul 2003 (UTC)
  • Weyland - I've given what I know but it really needs a British folklore specialist to fill it out.
  • Wither Blister Burn & Peel - some poor newbie made this blissfully context-free, poorly written, orphaned (as of now, at least) page about a music album.
    • Fixed orphaning by fixing a misspelling on the Stabbing Westward page. Also clarified authorship of the album. Turned track listing into numbered list. However, I'm no expert about the band--the band page could use discography and the album page still needs major help. Ed Cormany 00:09 22 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • World government - needs to be re-written to discuss democratic world government only, with global dictatorship (by historical evil empires, by fictional supervillains, or in conspiracy theories) moved to a separate World domination article.
  • Zarnowiec - translation problems
  • Zimbabwe - complex issue needing more facts, outdated data corrected

Subtly wrong

  • Bézout's theorem needs a lot of clarification -- this is a highly technical subject, and needs
    • thorough fact-checking to make sure the statements in it are correct
    • a good introduction to make it accessible to the beginner -- at the moment, some of the statements in it appear (to a naïve reader) to be nonsense.
  • Confectionery seems to incorrectly describe the various stages of candymaking and the products thereof; see Talk:Confectionery -- April 20, 2003
  • Lancelot Dent: Not an encyclopedia article, but does contain some information, and I can't find anything else on the guy. -- Magnus Manske 13:19 Apr 12, 2003 (UTC)

Larry's Text

  • User:Larry Sanger/Larry's Text is a set of pages input by Larry Sanger in the early days of Wikipedia. It is 350+(!) pages of introduction to philosophy lectures he gave at Ohio State University. Rendering it all encyclopedic has been a daunting task, and many of these articles still need a lot of work.

Articles needing a rewrite

  • Amaranth information looks fine, but needs rewording
  • Ancient Uppsala, possibly placed in the county of Uppland -- Totally POV, plus the author keeps inserting his usertag into the text. -- Cimon Avaro on a pogo stick 12:58 20 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • AAland - seems to be much edit-ransacked, suffers from Britaniitis, particularly regarding history, is put on my mental list of prioritized projects, but... -- Ruhrjung 18:18 19 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Augustus III -- There's something odd going on here, Augustus III gets linked to Augustus II. -- Bryan Derksen June 8, 2002
  • Bachian -- The article is from 1911 and does not cover post-colonial history -- JeLuF June 23, 2002
  • Black helicopter conspiracy theory -- First the phenomenon or alleged phenomenon should be described, i.e. what is different about the "Black Helicopter" than any old black helicopter (i.e. that people claim to see them without running lights, or large formations of them, or at a lower than usual altitude, or in places one would not typically expect to see a black helicopter, or the helicopters look different than usually-seen helicopters, or whatever the claim is), and then the [alleged] significance and the different theories about them laid out. Not very precise the way it is. -- Daniel C. Boyer June 17, 2002
  • Chao seems to be about a game, or something in a game. I was just going to remove the sig and wikify, but it needs a lot more than that, by somebody who has a clue just what a chao is, unlike me. -- John Owens 11:19 24 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Chutes and Ladders -- Playground equipment meaning should be mentioned too. -- Daniel C. Boyer July 7, 2002
  • Commandos -- Mentions game when it should only mention game after the people, commandos. -- Daniel C. Boyer June 24, 2002
  • Crime fiction -- it is very academic and dry. I did not find to be very organized either. -- Two Halves April 13, 2003
  • Digital video
    • The Anome May 27, 2002 -- DV and digital video in general have been conflated in this article
    • Koyaanis Qatsi July 13, 2002 -- I think the DV/MiniDV problem could be fixed easily enough by adding info on other digital video formats--unfortunately I wrote this article before I knew much about them, and still know basically nothing about them.
  • Flub[?] -- needs more info or it goes back in the deletion queue -- maveric149 June 15, 2002
  • Frederic Henry -- partly a personal entry 'i think' etc -- Karen Johnson May 27, 2002
  • Goldtoken.com is very advertising, and less like an article
  • Kosovo War Looks like it could have been written by the Slobodan Milosovic propoganda department G-Man 00:13 25 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • King Tim III -- presumably an article about a rap music artist, but there is little content here that would tell us that. -- Zoe
  • Lithuo-Prussians -- I'm suspicious of H.J and it looks like needing translating into plain English. Kpjas 20:46 14 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • Literacy -- contains "It's well established that government is the most dangerous institution, having caused more deaths than any other.", and bizarre hyper-POV statements as such. The article sounds more like a literacy advocacy pamphlet, informative content is very limited. -- Rotem Dan 21:29 30 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Mac OS -- contains some information, but not really enough to warrant not rewriting it. --bdesham 05:05 2 Jul 2003 (UTC)
  • Mac OS X history -- I could tinker, but someone with more knowledge needs to fix. -- Tuf-Kat
  • Matja -- is this a user page??? it's an orphan, anyway -- jheijmans June 27, 2002
  • Max Weismann -- more information on this guy is needed so that people outside of academia can understand why he is important. -- maveric149 May 28, 2002
  • Nicola - looks like it's a press release, and has no wikification. Not very encyclopedic - maybe shouldn't even be here? -Aion 22:55 5 Jul 2003 (UTC)
  • Nutritious soup -- retitle from "nutritious soup" to "poor soup" or something -- Marj Tiefert July 13, 2002
  • Pirate radio -- just a how-to and poorly written at that[?]
  • Political media
    • maveric149 May 9, 2002 -- discoherent and off topic
    • Eclecticology May 17, 2002 -- It could start with a definition
      • Gianfranco May 18, 2002 -- wait a minute -- A "cache bug" was fixed to restore a version that tried to improve it.
    • RobLa May 25, 2002 -- This is not an accurate description of "politcal media". Do a Google search for "political media" to see common use. "Face The Nation" definitely qualifies as political media, but not under current Wikipedia definition. This page is more accruately titled "Government propaganda"
    • maveric149 June 15, 2002 -- It's a mixture of several different articles, intermixed with nonsense
  • Persona, Status, Alter ego ? all written by the same anon. user. Very skimpy.
  • Persuasion technology -- frankly bonkers
  • Pregnancy -- Although I will probably take it upon myself to do alot of rewriting, Jedi Dan - I think others should help too, this information is fragmented and incomplete. -- April 22
  • Rigging -- picture needs complete annotation, also is an orphan, no text -- Marj Tiefert July 19, 2002
    • Egil 10:47 May 1, 2003 (UTC) -- better now, but still scope for improvement, see talk page
  • Rocky II -- The grammar on this page is terrible. In addition to awkward phrasing, the article shifts between present and past tense. It has been quite a while since I last saw that movie, so I was hoping someone more familiar with the film could look it over. -DropDeadGorgias 18:17 30 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • SALT II -- first draft, appears to be nothing but the text of the treaty. I think a brief description of the treaty, and maybe some history would be more approriate with an extern link to the actual treaty. I will put this on my to do list, but may be more appropriate for someone else to do. MB 19:05 14 May 2003 (UTC)
  • * SeaVIEW - very badly written. 212 09:38 20 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • Series of articles by, containing large chunks of outdated Household Cyclopedia material: Marl -- Fertilizer -- Mineral matter in plants -- Guano -- Harrowing -- Hop (plant) -- Tillage -- Soil -- Moss -- Sowing -- Wheat -- Maize -- Hay -- Flax -- Drainage -- Crow --Weed -- Fermentation -- Brewing -- Cider -- Age of cattle -- Horse teeth
    • More articles by 62.98.xx.xx containg Household Cyclopedia material. Added to previously existing articles. Dog
  • Side stroke -- this needs modernising! It comes from the 'boys own book of sports 1900 edition' and it's a quaint essay. -- Karen Johnson May 27, 2002
  • Sighthound -- All of the subpages of 'sighthound' need to be either extended or removed - they contain no information at present. -- Karen Johnson July 6, 2002
  • Socialist market economy -- needs an overhaul and NPOVization. Has a lengthy explanation of Chinese political theory before it even defines the title term. -- Wapcaplet 14:41 28 Jun 2003 (UTC)
  • Ukonline.gov.uk -- Needs more if it is to remain off the deletion queue -- maveric149 June 15, 2002
  • United States of America/OldPage -- This material is more wikified than the material on the subpages and is slightly different. This poses a version control issue that needs to be resolved. -- maveric149 June 15, 2002
  • Weimar Culture -- what is this orphan? Guess it'll have to be moved/merged with Germany/culture or so... -- jheijmans June 27, 2002
    • It's just a list and a highly imprecise one at that. user:sjc

Articles that need periodic updates Some articles contain list or table with annual data. They need to be updated and review periodically. Some popular pages may be edited frequently between reviews, so they may be up to date when the review is up. But some less popular pages may not be updated periodically without a scheduled review. This section maintains a schedule to make sure these articles are not forgotten and become obsolete over time. Please reset the alarm clock after each review and reorder them chronologically.

Overdue items

Future Items

  • Academy Award last review: Apr 2003; next review: Apr 2004; frequency: annually; to do: update multiple winner lists with latest data.
  • Stanley Cup last review: 2002; next review: late May/early June 2003; frequency: annually; to do: update winner list with latest data.

Articles of dubious merit, accuracy and/or validity

  • Alvin Schwartz - oy. -- Zoe 03:22 16 May 2003 (UTC)
  • Andaman Islands this enormously long article derived from a 1911 encyclopaedia contains some highly questionable material, some of it horribly racist. I vote we delete it and start again.
  • New World Negationism is a non-encylopedic bit of revisionist history and political advocacy. --FOo 21:15 1 Jun 2003 (UTC)
    • No it's not. It certainly needs work, but it is none of the things you say it is. To call it "revisionist" is a sick joke. It is about revisionism! ("Negationism" is more or less a synonym for revisionism). It needs expanding, and careful observation of NPOV. GrahamN 01:59 2 Jun 2003 (UTC)
      • The phrase "New World Negationism" gets exactly three hits on Google, and Wikipedia is one of them. The "article" is a personal essay disguised as an encyclopedia article and needs deletion, not revision.
        • Maybe it could have a better title, but it is a real thing, and deserving of an article. I wonder why you feel so strongly about it, whoever you are? By repeating yourself as an anonymous user, that doesn't give your opinion twice the weight. Half, actually, in my book. No, a quarter - I just found that the other anonymous contribution you made to Wikipedia today was this furtive bit of smart-arse vandalism (/w/wiki.phtml?title=Binary_(disambiguation)&diff=988233&oldid=988054). GrahamN 02:22 2 Jun 2003 (UTC)
        • As of right now, the phrase "New World Negationism" gets 19 hits on Google, but 15 of them are on Wikipedia, and 2 more are on a mysterious site called wikipedia.com. I say delete it. -Smack 05:16 4 Jul 2003 (UTC)
  • French Revolution - I personally think it's fine, except for the horrific style, but someone who apparently knows more than I do faults the author for grave errors of fact. (Question also posted on Wikipedia:Reference desk) -Smack 05:18 4 Jul 2003 (UTC)

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    • Maybe list major watersheds in clockwise order from some starting point and within each watershed list the second and third order streams and the lakes over a certain size. So, one page per major watershed, with a paragraph for each second order stream in which all of its respective tribs are listed, and not worry about what province the rivermouth is in, but just mention provinces in each watershed's description?Uyanga 13:58 May 13, 2003 (UTC)
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