Template:No source

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Usage[edit]

This template is used to mark works which do not have a declared source. In this case, "source" means a place where a contributor new to the work can find a reliable copy of the work. Generally this is a URL. If the data is known, please enter it to the talk page, and more usefully using the {{textinfo}} template.

Please check the talk page, and the page history, for URLs or contributors notes, before adding this template to the talk page or header.

Categorisation[edit]

This template categorises pages into Category:Texts without a source

See also[edit]

  • Completeness
    • {{Incomplete}} marks a work as incomplete. It generally means that some parts of the work are not available on Wikisource in any form, either as text content or page scans. If possible, use a more specific template like those below.
    • {{No header}} - where the header information missing
    • {{Translation}} for rating the progress of a Wikisource translation
  • Sourcing
    • {{No source}} the source is unknown and should be identified
    • {{Fidelity}} - used where the text integrity is dubious
    • {{Second-hand}} or {{Project Gutenberg}} when the work comes from a second-hand source (and should preferably be scan-backed instead)
  • When there are errors:
    • {{Clean up djvu}} when the work has OCR errors or hasn't been proofread, and does have a page scan
    • {{OCR-errors}} when the work contains OCR errors and/or page breaks and does not have a page scan.
    • {{Transcluded OCR errors}} when the work contains OCR errors from a transcluded page scan.
  • Issues with the structure of a work
    • {{Split}} when the work needs to be split up into sections or chapters.
    • {{Split-multiple}} when a page such as a collection of snippets needs to be split into various different works.
    • {{Move to subpage}} when a work should be a subpage of another work
    • {{Numbers}} when the work contains page breaks from the original work, but not other OCR errors.
    • {{Refs}} when the work has references in the text which should be converted to the Wiki ref format
    • {{Standardise}} when the work is complete, but doesn't conform with the style guidelines
  • When work should be scan-backed:
    • {{Migrate to}} when the work is ostensibly complete, but needs to be migrated to an existing page scan of the same edition. If the scans aren't at Wikisource yet, or the edition is different, use {{scans available}}.
    • {{Scans available}} - when scans are available, but do not have an index page yet. Use {{migrate to}} if the scans exist at Wikisource, and the edition is the same
  • Export issues