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This is a list of the WikiProject that are currently active and working on content. The projects are always seeking contributors, so feel free to join a group and have fun!
Creating New Projects
If you would like to create a new project, following the naming conventions for WikiProjects to help make your project easy to find:
- The name of the project should begin with the word "FamilySearch Wiki" and followed by a colon :
- After the colon type the word "WikiProject"
- The type the name of the project. Example: FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProject Utah
- Be sure to add the new project to the list below, under the subject heading that is related to the new project:
For more details about naming new WikiProject pages, see FamilySearch Wiki:Naming Conventions for Project Pages
FamilySearch Records Project
Historical Records Wiki Pages
- FamilySearch Records -- add content to articles describing collections on FamilySearch Historical Records
FamilySearch Indexing Projects
- See xxx for more details
United States Projects
- Idaho -- adding content to the county pages of Idaho
Indians of North America Project
- WikiProject Maryland News and Events needs volunteers to find genealogical news and events relating to Maryland and link to them from the News and Events section of the Maryland Portal.
- New York - cleaning, correcting links, adding content to the county pages of New York.
Southern US Rural Records Project
US Vital Records Project
- See the Sweden project page for more details.
- See the Ireland Court Records project page for more details.
England Content Project
- The England Barn Raising project has launched! Tasks await English experts, wiki experts, and volunteers willing to help with routine editing. Anyone willing to help can sign up now.
Danish Articles Revision Project
- Denmark has several individual projects that need volunteers to help with expanding and improving content about Danish research.
Improving Your Wiki User Page Project
The Professional Genealogist User Page Project
- The Professional Genealogists wiki project will help professional genealogical researchers market their services for free on their user pages.
Wiki Content Improvement Projects
PERSI Linking Project
BYU Books Archive Linking Project
- WikiProject Linking to Books in the BYU Family History Archives needs volunteers to link wiki pages to digitized county and state histories on the BYU Family History Archives site.
Julian and Gregorian Calendar Project
- The Julian and Gregorian calendars page is an article with very little content. Work with others or by yourself to improve the information on this page.
The Barbour Collection Project
- The Barbour Collection is a small article that needs lots of improvement! Work with others or by yourself to improve the content on this page.
Wiki Development Projects
Portals to un-portals
- Portals to un-portal pages All portal pages on the wiki need to be converted to un-portal pages. Questions can be directed to Laralee
Copy Old FamilySearch Content
- Copying Research Guidance and Help Content from FamilySearch.org into the Wiki.
FamilySearch Topic Taxonomy Project
- See xxx for more details.
FamilySearch Place Standards Project
WikiProjects for Tier 2 and 3 Support
The Vision of Wiki Support Project
- WikiProject Support - this project will lay the foundation for understanding and operating within the vision of wiki support from both the tier two and tier three perspectives. In addition to tier 2 and 3 support personnel, anyone interested in wiki maintenance is invited to participate in this project.
Wiki Tier 2 Support Project
- WikiProject Tier 2 Support - this project will identify all the sub-projects needed to support the wiki on the tier two level. In addition to tier 2 and 3 support personnel, anyone interested in wiki maintenance is invited to participate in this project.
Wiki Tier 3 Support Project
- WikiProject Tier 3 Support - this project will identify all the sub-projects needed to support the wiki on the tier three level. In addition to tier 2 and 3 support personnel, anyone interested in wiki maintenance is invited to participate in this project.
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