This page includes various indexes to policies in Wiktionary.
This is an auto-generated list of policies which have gone through a community consensus test:
This is an auto-generated list of articles which represent discussions about how things are, or should be, done. Not all of these represent a community consensus, yet these attempts to codify current practice are as close to policy as has so far been necessary.
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Contributors occasionally write articles which offer their perspective on elements of English Wiktionary, community, or working within the free-knowledge movement. Some of these are categorized in this auto-generated listing:
"How things are done" on Wiktionary is a constantly changing, evolving thing. So are "informative pages" which occasionally are created to answer a perceived need or community interest, yet may eventually lose their purpose or motivation. Sometimes policy flexibly evolves to continuously describe as things morph, other times new practices displace old. Here is an auto-generated list of inactive guidelines:
This section is manually maintained, and has therefore fallen out of date. It includes links to various useful, specific, or out-of-date guidance, help, and policy pages. Explore at your own risk, and update links and concepts as you find need:
(NB: the status key should be redeveloped. Some of these articles should be marked as inactive, others as essays. )