The Portals Project is leading an overhaul and general upgrade of the entire portals system, including new automated features to make building, updating, and maintaining portals easier. We are also working on the development of components to make portals self-updating. You are welcome to join in on the fun.
Announcing SearchSuite. It provides user control over search results: it can strip them down to a single-spaced list, sort, and more. Most of its features are presented as menu item toggles to turn each feature on/off. Each menu-item-controlled feature works on the output of all the others, in both their on and off states. Feedback and feature suggestions welcome.
Do you have need for a specialized script that doesn't exist yet, or have an idea for a cool new script or gadget? Post requests and ideas at Wikipedia:User scripts/Requests.
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Wikipedia:Typo Team/moss just got a fresh batch (from the April 2018 database dump) of articles with misspelled words, and words missing from Wiktionary. Stop by and experience the satisfaction of fixing all the misspellings in an article on the topic of your choice!
A project has been relaunched to develop and improve the 1,516 portals on Wikipedia. If you would like to be part of this effort please visit WikiProject Portals to see what is happening at the moment.
Since topics with the same name don't share article pages, we have disambiguation pages to inform readers what the articles for those topics are called. Disambiguation pages list topics referred to by the same name. Like the city Chicago and the band Chicago. (See Chicago (disambiguation)).
To keep search results the most relevant, disambiguation pages should never link to pages other than the search terms. Nor should they have pipes ( " | " ) in the wikilinks which conceal the actual topic name. Also, avoid including distracting information. Definitions should be concise.