Wikibooks:Collaboration of the Month/August 2005 voting

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Voting Rules[edit source]

The following are the rules and conditions for voting for the Collaboration of the Month:

  1. Only registered users with 20 or more edits to their name may vote.
  2. You may vote under as many nominations as you wish, however, you may only vote for each book itself once.
  3. Sign your vote with a number sign and four tildes, #~~~~, after the most previous vote under the book's nomination. Unsigned votes will be removed.
  4. Any nomination which receives 3 or more votes in one month will automatically be renominated the next month if it is not chosen.
  5. If you wish to include a short comment for your vote, then you may do so. Make sure that if you leave such a comment, that you are also voting for that page.
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  7. Voting will end at 00:00 UTC on the first day of each month. In essence, when a new month begins voting ends. Any votes added after this time will be discarded.
  8. The nomination with most votes will be chosen as the Collaboration of the Month. In case of a tie, the older Wikibook will be chosen.

Nominations[edit source]

Isle of Arran[edit source]

  1. Charlie123 8 July 2005 11:55 (UTC)
  2. Klingoncowboy4 22:26, 31 July 2005 (UTC)[reply]


Biotechnology[edit source]

Could use some help with content and formating - thanks in advance

  1. tmaioli#Tom Maioli 02:56, 27 August 2005 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Mitchc 07:10, 28 August 2005 (UTC)[reply]

1911 wikipedia[edit source]

Someone should add more articles, proofread, and update it. Also, it would be a great acheivement if finished! (over 100,000 proofread and updated pages of the greatest encyclopedia ever written!)

  1. Member 23:17, 1 Jul 2005 (UTC)
  2. Klingoncowboy4 17:44, 2 Jul 2005 (UTC)

Raising Chickens[edit source]

Raising Chickens is a book about how to raise chickens. It is designed to be ongoing and a way for people to add advice that has worked for them.

  1. Klingoncowboy4 22:24, 1 Jul 2005 (UTC)

How to build a Computer[edit source]

  1. Klingoncowboy4 22:30, 1 Jul 2005 (UTC)
  2. Masterjamie 19:47, 14 July 2005 (UTC)[reply]
  3. Nathan8225 21:09, 26 July 2005 (UTC)[reply]
  4. Panic 05:00, 29 July 2005 (UTC)[reply]

United_States_Government[edit source]

While one of the first Wikibooks to achieve the "100%" rating, it has languished for some time and perhaps needs to be revisited. There are some dead end spots, but at the same time it does show some signs of promise, if there would be a little bit of effort done to fix it up.

  1. Rob Horning 19:40, 2 Jul 2005 (UTC)
  2. Klingoncowboy4 19:54, 2 Jul 2005 (UTC)

Art_History[edit source]

This Wikibook is virtually blank - but it should be a major part of the humanities project, and could easily be used (when developed) as a class text due to the nature of the content.

  1. Serge July 9, 2005 10:41 (UTC)

Literature[edit source]

This too is barely started but should be a larger book - easily collaborated on by a large amount of people, I would have thought.

  1. Serge July 9, 2005 10:45 (UTC)

Programming:C -/- -/-[edit source]

  1. Eyu100 15:17, 22 July 2005 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Klingoncowboy4 22:14, 28 July 2005 (UTC)[reply]

Wikiversity[edit source]

  1. Klingoncowboy4 22:19, 28 July 2005 (UTC)[reply]