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  • Wikisource:Annotations - Wikisource, the free online library
    on every page and are not considered part of the body of the text Text information or other media held within a header template These are visibly distinct from the body of the text are not considered part of the text itself Purely navigational templates such as Similar and Auxiliary Table of Contents In addition to their practical purpose they are made distinct from the body of the text by either their position or their appearance License templates These are required in the footer of every work and are not considered part of the body of the text Maintenance templates These are not intended to be permanent nor are they part of the text itself A few forms of very basic wikilink Please refer to Wikisource Wikilinks HTML comments added as an aide to further later proofreaders Scan quality indicators e g use of illegible missing table missing score japanese missing possible overlap with maintenance tags point above etc Banned items edit The following are currently banned on Wikisource Comparison pages Pages from different versions of the same work whether whole works or extracts placed alongside each other whether in series or in parallel to provide a comparison between the different versions Purely decorative illustrations and images Known as grangerisation Interpretive annotations This includes any annotation containing inferences assumptions and or suggestions Requirements edit Declaration of annotation edit All annotated works must be clearly marked as such in two ways Labelled in the title Added to Category Wikisource annotations The title of the work must clearly declare that the work is annotated The format is not fixed but could work like version disambiguation eg Foo annotated where Foo is the name of the original work with a clear description as the title eg The Annotated Foo or as the subpage name eg Foo Annotated where Foo is both the original work and the basepage Add the category Wikisource annotations to all works annotated by Wikisource users per this policy Previously published annotated works should not be added to this category Clean texts edit A clean text in the context of this policy is the original work with no user added annotations A clean text must exist on Wikisource before an annotated version of the same text can be created Nothing should be presented as annotated save those works utilizing the basic in line wikilinking as a form of annotation without the faithful completion of the transcription proofreading of the work as published taking place prior to the creation of that annotated derivative No derivatives of any flavor save those works utilizing the basic in line wikilinking as a form of annotation can be hosted here on en WS until its unaltered faithfully transcribed and proofread parent also exists preferably beforehand Any user annotated without such a base work being hosted somewhere in the Wiki World if not on en WS itself at the same time is of little added value to the potential reader and of questionable fidelity at best

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  • Editing Wikisource:What is Wikisource? (section) - Wikisource, the free online library
    book itself To some extent both may include bibliographical material about the author Summary By clicking the Save page button you are agreeing to the Terms of Use the Privacy Policy and you irrevocably agree to release your contribution under the CC BY SA 3 0 License and the GFDL You agree that a hyperlink or URL is sufficient attribution under the Creative Commons license Cancel Editing help opens in

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  • Editing Wikisource:What is Wikisource? (section) - Wikisource, the free online library
    projects are designed to evolve forever Typical examples are Wikipedia articles or Wikibooks study guides By contrast Wikisource is a library of static texts that have already been published elsewhere In many or most cases these texts are not meant to change and evolve and it would deeply hurt their integrity if they did Therefore Wikisource has adopted a policy of noting text quality and protecting pages from editing once they are thought to be correctly formatted and error free Comments about needed changes or corrections can always be made on the talk page and if necessary the page can be unprotected In this way Wikisource is more similar to Wikinews which protects the pages in its news archives for historical integrity For more information please see Wikisource Protection policy Summary By clicking the Save page button you are agreeing to the Terms of Use the Privacy Policy and you irrevocably agree to release your contribution under the CC BY SA 3 0 License and the GFDL You agree that a hyperlink or URL is sufficient attribution under the Creative Commons license Cancel Editing help opens in new window Retrieved from https en wikisource org wiki Wikisource What is Wikisource

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  • Wikisource:Protection policy - Wikisource, the free online library
    be protected accordingly However an additional reason to protect derives from their prominent display on the main page New editors may decide in good faith to correct a mistake that is present in the original work being unaware of that fact Alternately a malicious user may take the opportunity to edit a heavily viewed page in an undesireable manner Protection resolves these additional problems as well These pages should contain the template featured but not locked Malicious edits edit By its nature Wikisource is open to undesirable edits but most are corrected by other editors within a very short time When certain pages are repeatedly edited maliciously it may be less effort to simply lock them temporarily while an administrator deals with the malicious user Edit wars edit In certain circumstances several editors may continually revert each other or edit conflictingly in good faith This may happen because of a difference in opinion over the text of a work where this is not clear over the appropriate formatting to use or for a variety of other reasons This is termed an edit war and has a highly negative effect on community and collaboration Should one occur on a page it should be protected until the users resolve their dispute through discussion Popular copyright violations edit Pages which are deleted as known copyright violations may sometimes be repeatedly re added in good faith because users are not aware of its copyright status These should be deleted to remove the copyright material from the history recreated with deletedpage and protected Special cases edit The main page should always be protected because it is by far the most heavily viewed page on the project and provides the first impression to new users Any visible changes to the main page should be discussed on its talk page System messages All pages in the MediaWiki namespace are protected from all but administrators by the software These pages are deeply integrated into user interface and much confusion would result from careless or malicious editing Discussion archives All archives of old discussion should be protected from edit Such discussions are no longer active and so do not need to be edited This is to preserve the integrity of the discussion and give a reliable reference for the community This includes but is not limited to 1 Scriptorium archives 2 Main Page talk archives 3 Copyvio archives 4 User talk archives However this does not include archive index pages which do not contain discussions and need to be edited periodically to link newly created archives High use templates templates that are highly used complex or highly visible will be protected Where this is the case the documentation will be available to update instructions and for interwiki links Pages which should not be protected edit Talk pages edit Talk pages should not be protected except in the most extreme cases These are the only way to communicate about or propose changes to its accompanying article Should an error be

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  • Editing Wikisource:What is Wikisource? (section) - Wikisource, the free online library
    spam check Do not fill this in NPOV shortcut WS NPOV br WS POV br WS Neutral br WS Neutrality see also meta Neutral point of view N eutral P oint o f V iew NPOV is a major policy followed by most but not all projects in the Wikimedia family A neutral point of view on Wikisource means faithfully reproducing and crediting the original texts without editors putting their own emphasis on certain parts of the text or reproducing only certain parts of the text There is no need for the original texts themselves to reflect a neutral point of view Introductory and other explanatory material should always be written with NPOV in mind Summary By clicking the Save page button you are agreeing to the Terms of Use the Privacy Policy and you irrevocably agree to release your contribution under the CC BY SA 3 0 License and the GFDL You agree that a hyperlink or URL is sufficient attribution under the Creative Commons license Cancel Editing help opens in new window Retrieved from https en wikisource org wiki Wikisource What is Wikisource 3F Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces

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  • Wikisource:What is Wikisource? - Wikisource, the free online library
    are Source texts previously published by any author Translations of original texts Historical documents of national or international interest Bibliographies of authors whose works are in Wikisource Contributions are not limited to this list of course Some basic criteria for texts excluded from Wikisource are Copyright infringements Original writings by a contributor to the project Mathematical data formulae and tables Source code for computers Statistical source data such as election results These are just the most basic obvious things that are excluded from Wikisource There may of course be other things excluded by policy or convention For more information please see What Wikisource includes Languages and translations edit Wikisource is a multilingual project Texts and translations of texts are welcome in all languages at the appropriate subdomains and at the general wikisource org wiki This English wiki is for Source texts originally in English English translations of source texts in other languages Parallel source with translations into English It is important to link and classify texts and translations so that they will be as accessible as possible to everybody For information on languages and translations please see Wikisource Translations and return Wikisource and other Wikimedia projects edit Wikisource or Wikibooks edit The distinction between these two projects is relatively easy Wiki source focuses on material published elsewhere Wikisource can be viewed as a library of public domain works Wiki books are instructional materials written by the contributors themselves e g study guides classroom textbooks and annotated texts for classroom use The area of annotations to source texts is a gray area with some legitimate overlap between Wikisource and Wikibooks For guidelines on this see the information pages on the topic at both projects Wikisource Annotations Wikibooks Annotated texts Wikisource or Wikipedia edit While Wikipedia is an encyclopedia Wikisource is a library Wikipedia contains articles about books while Wikisource includes the book itself To some extent both may include bibliographical material about the author Protecting pages edit The wiki pages on most Wikimedia projects are designed to evolve forever Typical examples are Wikipedia articles or Wikibooks study guides By contrast Wikisource is a library of static texts that have already been published elsewhere In many or most cases these texts are not meant to change and evolve and it would deeply hurt their integrity if they did Therefore Wikisource has adopted a policy of noting text quality and protecting pages from editing once they are thought to be correctly formatted and error free Comments about needed changes or corrections can always be made on the talk page and if necessary the page can be unprotected In this way Wikisource is more similar to Wikinews which protects the pages in its news archives for historical integrity For more information please see Wikisource Protection policy NPOV edit Shortcut WS NPOV WS POV WS Neutral WS Neutrality See also meta Neutral point of view N eutral P oint o f V iew NPOV is a major policy followed by most but not all projects

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  • Wikisource:What is Wikisource? - Wikisource, the free online library
    are Source texts previously published by any author Translations of original texts Historical documents of national or international interest Bibliographies of authors whose works are in Wikisource Contributions are not limited to this list of course Some basic criteria for texts excluded from Wikisource are Copyright infringements Original writings by a contributor to the project Mathematical data formulae and tables Source code for computers Statistical source data such as election results These are just the most basic obvious things that are excluded from Wikisource There may of course be other things excluded by policy or convention For more information please see What Wikisource includes Languages and translations edit Wikisource is a multilingual project Texts and translations of texts are welcome in all languages at the appropriate subdomains and at the general wikisource org wiki This English wiki is for Source texts originally in English English translations of source texts in other languages Parallel source with translations into English It is important to link and classify texts and translations so that they will be as accessible as possible to everybody For information on languages and translations please see Wikisource Translations and return Wikisource and other Wikimedia projects edit Wikisource or Wikibooks edit The distinction between these two projects is relatively easy Wiki source focuses on material published elsewhere Wikisource can be viewed as a library of public domain works Wiki books are instructional materials written by the contributors themselves e g study guides classroom textbooks and annotated texts for classroom use The area of annotations to source texts is a gray area with some legitimate overlap between Wikisource and Wikibooks For guidelines on this see the information pages on the topic at both projects Wikisource Annotations Wikibooks Annotated texts Wikisource or Wikipedia edit While Wikipedia is an encyclopedia Wikisource is a library Wikipedia contains articles about books while Wikisource includes the book itself To some extent both may include bibliographical material about the author Protecting pages edit The wiki pages on most Wikimedia projects are designed to evolve forever Typical examples are Wikipedia articles or Wikibooks study guides By contrast Wikisource is a library of static texts that have already been published elsewhere In many or most cases these texts are not meant to change and evolve and it would deeply hurt their integrity if they did Therefore Wikisource has adopted a policy of noting text quality and protecting pages from editing once they are thought to be correctly formatted and error free Comments about needed changes or corrections can always be made on the talk page and if necessary the page can be unprotected In this way Wikisource is more similar to Wikinews which protects the pages in its news archives for historical integrity For more information please see Wikisource Protection policy NPOV edit Shortcut WS NPOV WS POV WS Neutral WS Neutrality See also meta Neutral point of view N eutral P oint o f V iew NPOV is a major policy followed by most but not all projects

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  • Wikisource:What is Wikisource? - Wikisource, the free online library
    are Source texts previously published by any author Translations of original texts Historical documents of national or international interest Bibliographies of authors whose works are in Wikisource Contributions are not limited to this list of course Some basic criteria for texts excluded from Wikisource are Copyright infringements Original writings by a contributor to the project Mathematical data formulae and tables Source code for computers Statistical source data such as election results These are just the most basic obvious things that are excluded from Wikisource There may of course be other things excluded by policy or convention For more information please see What Wikisource includes Languages and translations edit Wikisource is a multilingual project Texts and translations of texts are welcome in all languages at the appropriate subdomains and at the general wikisource org wiki This English wiki is for Source texts originally in English English translations of source texts in other languages Parallel source with translations into English It is important to link and classify texts and translations so that they will be as accessible as possible to everybody For information on languages and translations please see Wikisource Translations and return Wikisource and other Wikimedia projects edit Wikisource or Wikibooks edit The distinction between these two projects is relatively easy Wiki source focuses on material published elsewhere Wikisource can be viewed as a library of public domain works Wiki books are instructional materials written by the contributors themselves e g study guides classroom textbooks and annotated texts for classroom use The area of annotations to source texts is a gray area with some legitimate overlap between Wikisource and Wikibooks For guidelines on this see the information pages on the topic at both projects Wikisource Annotations Wikibooks Annotated texts Wikisource or Wikipedia edit While Wikipedia is an encyclopedia Wikisource is a library Wikipedia contains articles about books while Wikisource includes the book itself To some extent both may include bibliographical material about the author Protecting pages edit The wiki pages on most Wikimedia projects are designed to evolve forever Typical examples are Wikipedia articles or Wikibooks study guides By contrast Wikisource is a library of static texts that have already been published elsewhere In many or most cases these texts are not meant to change and evolve and it would deeply hurt their integrity if they did Therefore Wikisource has adopted a policy of noting text quality and protecting pages from editing once they are thought to be correctly formatted and error free Comments about needed changes or corrections can always be made on the talk page and if necessary the page can be unprotected In this way Wikisource is more similar to Wikinews which protects the pages in its news archives for historical integrity For more information please see Wikisource Protection policy NPOV edit Shortcut WS NPOV WS POV WS Neutral WS Neutrality See also meta Neutral point of view N eutral P oint o f V iew NPOV is a major policy followed by most but not all projects

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