sona pona:lipu pona

    From sona pona

    lipu pona (good article) is a label of recognition for thorough, well-written articles. An article is a content page in the main namespace, so redirects and userspace essays do not qualify.

    Criteria[edit source]

    These criteria are based in part on Wikipedia's good article criteria.

    1. Completeness: The article is complete within reason. It covers all relevant topics. It has a reasonable level of detail. No maintenance templates are applicable or used.
    2. Writing: The article is well-written in standard English. It is reasonably focused and understandable. It is helpful in explaining the topic to learners.
    3. Formatting: The layout and formatting of a standard wiki article are used. Markup and templates are used according to the formatting guide. The article follows web accessibility guidelines.
    4. Attribution: The article uses any applicable copyright template. Sources are cited, or attributed by linking to an article on the source (for example, descriptions of Toki Pona: The Language of Good can link to its article).
    5. Accuracy: The article reflects community consensus. Descriptions of specific styles of Toki Pona use the appropriate template.
    6. Illustration: The article uses media where feasible. Media thumbnails are captioned.

    List[edit source]

    The following articles have been assessed to be lipu pona.