উইকিপিডিয়া:নির্দেশাবলীর তালিকা

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এই উইকিপিডিয়ার নিয়ম তালিকা নিয়মের সারাংশ যা উকিপিডিয়ার সম্পাদনাকারীদের ঐক্যমতের জন্য ব্যবহৃত হয়। অপচ্ছন্দ নীতি, নির্দেশ তালিকা মূলত সহজবোদ্ধ এবং ব্যাতিক্রমী এবং সহজেই পরিবর্তনীয় এবং পরিবর্ধনীয়। দেখুন Wikipedia:Policies and guidelines নীতি এবং অন্যান্য সহায়তা উপযোগী নির্দেশ পেতে কিভাবে তারা প্রস্তুত এবং কেন আমরা তাদের ধারন করি।

উইকিপিডিয়ায় ২০০ এর অধিক পথনির্দেশনা রয়েছে। এসব দেখুন যখন আপনি সন্দিহান উইকিপিডিয়ায় কি করবেন।:অনেক ব্যাপারে তারা প্রাসঙ্গিক নির্দেশাবলি ধারন করে।এই তালিকা অতিব প্রয়োজনীয় পথনির্দেশ সর্ম্পকে নথি প্রদান করে।একটি বর্নানুক্রমিক তালিকা সকল উইকিপিডিয়ার পথপ্রদর্শক,বর্ননা ব্যাতিত ,উপবিষয়শ্রেণী Category:Wikipedia guidelines.এই পাতায় নির্দ্ধিধায় জরুরি পথপ্রদর্শন বর্ননা করুন।

Categorization[সম্পাদনা]

Because the list of guidelines is extensive, guidelines are now categorized, using the {{subcat guideline}} template, according to their purpose:

  • Behavioral guidelines outline ways for editors to behave and interact with each other on talk pages and elsewhere at Wikipedia.
  • Content guidelines apply only to the article namespace (unless otherwise specified in the guideline), and offer advice on identifying and including encyclopedic information in articles.
  • Deletion guidelines explain criteria and procedures for deleting unwanted pages.
  • Editing guidelines usually provide non-content advice about categorization, navigation or other how-to-edit advice for editors.
  • Naming conventions apply only to the article namespace and detail the correct ways to refer to many people, places, things, and events.
  • Notability guidelines apply only to the article namespace; they outline the criteria that a subject must meet to merit an article at Wikipedia.
  • Style guidelines apply only to the article namespace and detail extensive advice on writing style, formatting, grammar, and more.

Guidelines[সম্পাদনা]

Behavioral[সম্পাদনা]

Assume good faith
Unless there is strong evidence to the contrary, assume that people who work on the project are trying to help it, not hurt it.
Conflicts of interest 
Do not use Wikipedia to promote yourself, your website, or your organization.
Do not disrupt Wikipedia to illustrate a point
State your point. However, do not spam Wikipedia, disingenuously nominate articles for deletion, push rules to their limits or otherwise create work for other people just to prove your point.
Etiquette
Contributors have different views, perspectives, and backgrounds, sometimes varying widely. Treating others with respect is key to collaborating effectively in building an encyclopedia.
Please do not bite the newcomers
Many new contributors lack knowledge about Wikipedia policies. Nevertheless, always understand that new contributors are prospective "members" and are therefore our most valuable resource.
Profanity
Words and images that might be considered offensive, profane, or obscene by other Wikipedia readers should be used if and only if their omission would cause the article to be less informative, relevant, or accurate, and no equally suitable alternatives are available.
Sign your posts on talk pages
Sign all of your posts on Wikipedia talk pages by typing ~~~~ to be accountable and to help others understand the conversation, but do not sign in articles.
Talk page guidelines
User page
You can use your user page to add a little information about yourself or to help you to use Wikipedia more effectively. However, remember that Wikipedia is not a blog, webspace provider, or social networking site.

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Content[সম্পাদনা]

Autobiography
Avoid writing or editing an article about yourself, other than to correct unambiguous errors of fact.
Content forking
Articles should not be split into multiple articles just so each can advocate a different stance on the subject.
Do not create hoaxes
Do not deliberately add hoaxes, incorrect information, or unverifiable content to articles.
External links
Wikipedia is not an advertising opportunity.
Images
Images must be relevant to the article that they appear in and be significantly related to the article's topic.
No disclaimers in articles
Wikipedia contains spoilers, potentially objectionable material, and more. There is generally no need to warn readers of this.
Notability
Subjects should have received significant outside attention to warrant being included on Wikipedia.
Reliable sources
Information about identifying and using appropriate sources to comply with Wikipedia's Verifiability policy.
Wikipedia is not for things made up one day
Resist the temptation to write about the new, great thing you or your friends just thought up.

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Deletion[সম্পাদনা]

Deletion process 
An overview of the processes by which articles get deleted
Patent nonsense
Text or random characters that have no assignable meaning or are irredeemably confused are usually deleted.

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Editing[সম্পাদনা]

Be bold in updating pages
Wikis develop faster when people fix problems, correct grammar, add facts, make sure the language is precise, and so on. We expect everyone to be bold. It is okay.
Linking
Link articles sideways to neighbours, and upwards to categories and contexts to create a useful web of information.
Overcategorization
Overcategorization makes categories more crowded but less useful.
Subpages
Creation of subpages in main namespace is not allowed. Subpages may be created in other namespaces using the slash (/) character.
Categories, lists, and series boxes 
This guideline helps editors choose appropriate grouping technique(s).

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Naming conventions[সম্পাদনা]

Naming conventions
This policy and its many subordinate guidelines explain naming conventions on Wikipedia.
Wikipedia:Image file names
Image file names should have readable file names.

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Notability[সম্পাদনা]

Notability
This guideline explains the minimum requirements for a subject to merit an article at Wikipedia. Specific guidelines have been written for a variety of specific topics, such as organizations and music.

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Style guidelines[সম্পাদনা]

Manual of style
This is the most important style guideline, and the "parent" of all the other style guidelines.
Writing better articles
A guide to writing better articles.
Citing sources
For writing and formatting references using different citation styles.
Layout
For formatting the overall article.
Accessibility
For making articles accessible to disabled or otherwise disadvantaged users.
External links
External links to an article can be helpful to the reader, but they should be kept minimal, meritable, and directly relevant to the article.

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