Contents 1 Reasons for merger 2 Proposing a merger 2.1 Step 1: Create a discussion 2.2 Step 2: Tag the relevant pages 2.3 Step 3: Discuss the merger 2.3.1 Caveats 2.4 Step 4: Close the merger discussion and determine consensus 2.5 Step 5: Perform the merger 3 Special cases 3.1 Tagging multiple pages 3.2 Controversial mergers 3.3 Merger as a result of a deletion discussion 3.4 Merger proposed after a deletion discussion 4 How to merge 4.1 Full-content paste merger 4.2 Selective paste merger 5 Pages to merge 6 List of merger templates 7 See also 8 Notes


Reasons for merger Shortcuts WP:MERGEREASON WP:OVERLAP There are several good reasons to merge pages: Duplicate: There are two or more pages on exactly the same subject, with the same scope. Overlap: There are two or more pages on related subjects that have a large overlap. Wikipedia is not a dictionary; there does not need to be a separate entry for every concept. For example, "flammable" and "non-flammable" can both be explained in an article on flammability. Text: If a page is very short and is unlikely to be expanded within a reasonable amount of time, it often makes sense to merge it with a page on a broader topic. For example, parents or children of a celebrity who are otherwise unremarkable are generally covered in a section of the article on the celebrity (and can be merged there). Context: If a short article requires the background material or context from a broader article in order for readers to understand it. For example, minor characters from works of fiction are generally covered in a "List of characters in <work>" article (and can be merged there); see also Wikipedia:Notability (fiction). Merging should be avoided if: The resulting article would be too long or "clunky" The separate topics could be expanded into longer standalone (but cross-linked) articles The topics are discrete subjects warranting their own articles, even though they might be short Merging—regardless of the amount of information kept—should always leave a redirect (or, in some cases, a disambiguation page) in place. This is often needed to allow proper attribution through the edit history for the source page. Superfluous redirects do not harm anything, and they can be helpful in finding articles, e.g. from alternative names. You may find that some or all of the information to be merged is already in the destination page. That is fine; you can feel free to delete the redundant information and only add new material. If there is no information to be added to the destination page, you can simply redirect the other page there, but please make this clear in the edit summary.


Proposing a merger Shortcuts WP:MERGEINIT WP:MERGEPROP Need help? List your articles at the bottom of Wikipedia:Proposed mergers, and someone will list the suggested merger for you. Users may determine whether pages should be merged. If the need for a merge is obvious, individual editors can be bold and simply do it. This might be appropriate and easy where, for example, there are two stubs with nearly the same title with slightly different spellings. Bold edits might be reverted, so if a merge is going to take a lot of work to implement, that is something to consider if there is any room for doubt. Articles that have been separate for a long time, especially on controversial topics, may have editor support for remaining separate; these are the best candidates for discussing before merging. In most circumstances, a local discussion conducted on an article talk page should attract sufficient input. This should include the proposal itself, the list of the affected pages, and a merger rationale. To start a discussion, perform the following steps. Step 1: Create a discussion This is usually done on the proposed destination page's talk page, but exceptions exist: If the intended destination is a combination page that does not exist, do not create its talk page, as it may be speedily deleted (WP:CSD#G8) or nominated at Wikipedia:Miscellany for deletion. Having a discussion on the source page is acceptable. Don't move an existing discussion to another page. It is recommended not to start discussion on a talk page that is regularly archived. Example: if suggesting that Foo be merged into Bar, create a proposal to merge Foo into Bar in a new section at Talk:Bar. Start a new section at the bottom of that talk page and include the proposal itself, the list of the affected pages, and a merger rationale. A good example is the following section: == Merger proposal == I propose that [[Foo]] be merged into [[Bar]]. I think that the content in the Foo article can easily be explained in the context of Bar, and the Bar article is of a reasonable size that the merging of Foo will not cause any problems as far as article size or undue weight is concerned. ~~~~ Notify involved users (optional): As an optional step, it may be necessary to notify users involved in the affected pages, who might not be watchlisting them. Simply go to those users' talk pages and start a new section, leaving a neutral invitation to participate in the merger discussion. Make sure to provide a link to the discussion page. Please ensure that the notification of involved users does not breach WP:Votestacking; that is, canvassing support by selectively notifying editors who have or are thought to have a predetermined point of view or opinion. You may also use the following standard templates on the users' talk pages: {{subst:Mergenote|<source page>|<merger discussion talk page section>}} Example: {{subst:Mergenote|Foo|Talk:Bar#Merger proposal}} Step 2: Tag the relevant pages Do not use "subst" on these templates. To propose a merger of two or more pages, place the template {{merge|OTHERPAGE|discuss=Talk:THIS PAGE#Merger proposal|date=February 2018}} at the top of each page or section. The date parameter is used to add the article to a subcategory of Category:Articles to be merged. If the date parameter is not used, a Wikipedia bot will add it in a day or two. Please use the discuss parameter to direct to the same talk page. Otherwise, two separate discussions could take place in each of the respective talk pages. If the discuss parameter is not specified, the "Discuss" links lead to the top of each article's Talk page. If you know which page should be removed, use {{mergeto|DESTINATIONPAGE|discuss=Talk:DESTINATIONPAGE#Merger proposal|date=February 2018}} on that page, and {{mergefrom|SOURCEPAGE|discuss=Talk:DESTINATIONPAGE#Merger proposal|date=February 2018}} on the page that will remain and will receive the contents of the source page. Unless a discuss parameter is specified in these templates, all "Discuss" links to lead to the talk page of the destination page, avoiding the two separate discussions problem that may occur with {{merge}}. It may still be preferable to link direction to a section on the talk page; this is useful for directing the reader to a specific section of a long talk page, when it may not otherwise be obvious where the discussion is located. If multiple articles are proposed to be merged, their titles can be separated with a vertical pipe. For example, {{merge|OtherPage1|OtherPage2|discuss=Talk:Destination1#Merger proposal|date=February 2018}} proposes that the tagged page, as well as OtherPage1 and OtherPage2, be merged. Step 3: Discuss the merger Discuss the merger proposal in the new discussion section; make sure to follow proper decorum and standard talk page guidelines, which includes staying focused on the content, not on the involved editors, using threaded discussion formatting, not biting newcomers, and being clear and concise. You may be able to evoke a response by contacting some of the major or most-recent contributors via their respective talk-pages. The {{mergenote}} template is available for this purpose, which must be "subst:"ed. For example, place {{subst:mergenote |SOURCEPAGE |Talk:DESTINATIONPAGE#Merger proposal }} on the talk page of contributors to the source page; and {{subst:mergenote |DESTINATIONPAGE |Talk:DESTINATIONPAGE#Merger proposal }} on the talk page of contributors to the destination page. Alternately, you can contact the potentially interested editors by notifying them directly from the merge discussion page, which is simpler for you and less intrusive for them. In many cases, a hybrid discussion/straw poll is used, but remember that polling is not a substitute for discussion. Example formatting: * '''Merge''' - <insert reason for supporting merger here> ~~~~ * '''Don't merge''' - <insert reason for opposing merger here> ~~~~ Caveats If you are unable to merge the pages, or you believe that the merger may be controversial, you might want to add a listing to Wikipedia:Proposed mergers. When proposing a merger of pages within "Wikipedia" namespace (any pages that begin with the "Wikipedia:" prefix), do not include this prefix in the parameter. Because of technical limitations, the above templates are incompatible with cross-namespace mergers (mergers between pages from both the article and Wikipedia namespaces). Such instances are rare. Do not use the above templates to propose a category merger. This should be requested at Wikipedia:Categories for discussion, which uses a separate {{cfm}} template. Step 4: Close the merger discussion and determine consensus General advice: It is unlikely that any editor will object to you boldly performing the merger if: you propose a merger and nobody objects within 30 days the merger proposal is older than 30 days and nobody has objected, and you personally believe that the merger is appropriate There is no required 30-day discussion period. If a consensus in favor of the merger is formed in less than 30 days, then anyone may perform the merger whenever they want. If the proposal is obvious (e.g., the mistaken creation of a second page for the same subject under a slightly different name), then a discussion need not even be held. Mergers do not need to be approved by an admin. If the discussion is contentious, however, you can post it at WP:Proposed mergers to get some help. A new discussion can be held if a page gets merged and someone later objects. Merges can be easily reversed if a consensus is formed against it shortly after it was performed. If there is a consensus against the merger, or if there is no consensus or no discussion and you don't believe that it is appropriate to merge the pages, then please remove the merge proposal tags and, if necessary, close any discussion. Shortcut WP:MERGECLOSE During discussion, a rough consensus may emerge to proceed with the merger. Any user may close the discussion and move forward with the merger if enough time (normally one week or more) has elapsed and there has been no discussion or if there is unanimous consent to merge. In more unclear, controversial cases, the determination that a consensus to merge has been achieved is normally made by an editor who is neutral and not directly involved in the merger proposal or the discussion. If necessary, one may request that an administrator who is not involved close the discussion and make a determination as to whether consensus has been established; such a request may be made at the Administrators' noticeboard. To close a merger proposal discussion, the {{Discussion top}} and {{Discussion bottom}} templates are used in the following manner: == Merger proposal == {{Discussion top|result=The result of this discussion was to ... ~~~~}} <Start of discussion> . . . <End of discussion> {{Discussion bottom}} In contentious cases, the discussion should be closed only by an uninvolved editor or administrator, who may be requested at Requests for Closure noticeboard. After closing the merger proposal discussion, place the {{Old merge full}}template on the source page's talk page: {{Old merge full|otherpage=<destination page>|date=<date merger was proposed>|result=<result of discussion>|talk=<merger discussion talk page section>}} Step 5: Perform the merger See § How to merge below. The main reason that the merger backlog includes more than ten thousand articles is because the people who support the merger neglect to undertake this final step. Any editor, including you, is permitted to perform mergers in accordance with consensus. Merging pages does not require intervention from an administrator.


Special cases Tagging multiple pages When proposing that more than two pages be merged, it helps to be as informative as possible. Add the following template to the top of each source page: {{Merge|OtherPage1|OtherPage2|OtherPage3|target=<destination page>|discuss=<merger discussion talk page section>|date=February 2018}} Add the following template to the top of the destination page: {{Merge from|OtherPage1|OtherPage2|OtherPage3|discuss=<merger discussion talk page section>|date=February 2018}} Controversial mergers Most merger proposals are handled directly by the editors involved in those articles. But if you believe that your proposal will be controversial, then please follow the directions at Wikipedia:Proposed mergers to request extra attention from uninvolved editors. Merger as a result of a deletion discussion While mergers are generally not proposed from the onset of Articles for Deletion (AfD) discussions (also see Wikipedia:Deletion policy#Alternatives to deletion), it is not uncommon for editors, in an effort to mediate and/or compromise, to suggest that the article(s) nominated for deletion instead be merged to a parent article. If there is a rough consensus for a merger at the end of a deletion discussion, the following template is placed at the top of the nominated article: {{Afd-merge to|destination article|debate name|debate closure date}} Similarly, the following template is placed on the destination article's talk page: {{Afd-merge from|nominated article|debate name|debate closure date}} This informs users involved in those pages that content is to be merged as a result of a deletion discussion. It is the involved editors' job, not the closing administrators' job, to perform the merger. Proceed in the manner described above. Merger proposed after a deletion discussion Merge is one of the outcome options that can be considered at a deletion discussion. See WP:ATD-M. Deletion discussions generally reach a broader spectrum of editors than a particular talk page. As such, talk page merger requests proposed after a deletion discussion, such as at Articles for deletion, where the merge outcome option was raised by someone participating in the deletion discussion, should identify and overcome the reason(s) listed in the deletion discussion when requesting an action different from the outcome of that deletion discussion. This does not apply if a merge outcome option was not raised by someone participating in the deletion discussion. Alternatives to talk page merger requests that follow a deletion discussion include formally relisting the page for deletion through an appropriate deletion discussion venue or posting a request at Wikipedia:Deletion review.


How to merge Shortcuts WP:PROMERGE WP:MERGETEXT For information on moving pages, see Help:Moving a page. While some mergers can be done boldly, most others (as described above) require a rough consensus. There are two basic types of merger; which to use depends on how much content of the source page you want to keep: Full-content paste merger – most content, clean and fast Selective paste merger – some content, clean but slow Additionally, remember that almost all article pages have a talk page. To avoid losing quick access to that historical discussion, a merge notice linking to the source article's talk-page should be placed at the top of the destination article's talk page, such as {{merged-from|source page name|date}}. Perform the following steps to merge an article into another article: Copy all or some of the content from the source page(s) and paste the content in an appropriate location at the destination page. Publish the edit, leaving the following edit summary (as required by the Creative Commons Share-alike 3.0 license): Merged content from [[<source page>]] to here. See [[Talk:<merger discussion talk page section>]]. Ideally, do any necessary copyediting and rearranging in a separate, second edit rather than when you first paste the moved text. (This two-step approach simplifies attribution for the license by separating your contributions from the material that was created at the other page.) Redirect the source page whose content was just merged by replacing everything with the following: #REDIRECT [[<destination page>]] {{R from merge}} If the content was merged to a single section within the destination page, it is recommended that the source page be redirected directly to that section. In that case, replace everything with the following: #REDIRECT [[<destination page>#<section name>]] {{R from merge}} {{R to section}} Publish the page, leaving the following edit summary: (also required by the CC-BY-SA): Merged content to [[<destination page>#<destination section, if applicable>]]. See [[Talk:<merger discussion talk page section>]]. Reconcile talk page tags. If the source page has a talk page: Move all {{Merge-from}} and {{Copied}} templates to the destination page's talk page Reconcile {{WikiProject ....}} templates with the destination talk page. In most cases, you must copy any WikiProject template unique to the source page to the destination page. Be on the lookout for alternative WikiProject templates. For example, if the destination page has a {{WikiProject Software|Computing=yes}}, you need not copy a {{WikiProject Computing|Software=yes}} there. Once the copying is done, make sure the WikiProject templates for the source article have a |class=redirect parameter-value pair. (If they already have a |class= parameter, change its value to "redirect"). This should be done even for WikiProjects that do not support a redirect class at this time. Tag the destination page's talk page with {{merged-from|source page name|date}}, and the source page's talk page with {{merged-to|destination page name|date}}. Place these tags at the top of the talk pages. As an alternative, experienced users can add {{Copied|from=|from_oldid=|to=|to_oldid=|to_diff=|date=}} to both talk pages. Place at the top of the talk pages. Fix any double redirects using Special:WhatLinksHere. A bot automatically fixes this problem but it may take a day or two. Check the merged content for non-free files. If any of these files are present, edit the non-free use rationales to replace the old article title with the new one. This is required under the non-free content criteria. Full-content paste merger Full content merger in a nutshell: A full merger copies all the text from the source page. Shortcut WP:FMERGE Open the source and destination pages in two separate edit windows/tabs. Cut/paste the entire content from the source page into the destination page and remove the {{mergefrom}} tag. Publish the destination page, with an edit summary noting merged content from [[article name]] (This step is required in order to conform with Wikipedia's licensing requirements. Do not omit it nor omit the page name.) Delete all the text from the source page and replace it with #REDIRECT [[NAME OF DESTINATIONPAGE]] {{R from merge}}, note the merger (including the page name) in the edit summary, and publish the page. Note that some categories might not be appropriate for the target page and should be considered to be left on the redirect. Edit the destination page again and delete the redundant content, editing until it looks good and consistent. The destination can be tagged with {{In use}} temporarily to prevent edit conflicts. Publish the destination page. (Edit summary of "cleanup after paste/merger" is appropriate.) Check "What links here" on the source page for double-redirects. Double-redirects will fail to link, and must be renamed to redirect to the current page name.[1] Add {{Merged-to}} and {{Merged-from}} onto the talk pages of the articles, specifying the corresponding article in each case. This not only helps clarify attribution at the destination, but helps prevent inadvertent later deletion of the source history. This step is optional but recommended. Afterwards, DO NOT ask for a history merger between the two articles. See this link for the reason Performing a merger in this manner is beneficial when you want to include all the content from both articles in the article history of the final article. Selective paste merger Selective merger in a nutshell: A selective merger transfers only some of the text from the source page into the target article. Shortcut WP:SMERGE Open the source and destination pages in two separate edit windows/tabs. Cut/paste the non-redundant content from the source page into the destination page. Be sure to remove the {{mergefrom}} tag from the destination page before previewing Preview and edit the destination page until it looks good and consistent. Delete all the text from the source page and replace it with #REDIRECT [[PAGENAME]] {{R from merge}}. Note that PAGENAME in the code above should be the title of the destination page. Note that some categories might not be appropriate for the target page and should be considered to be left on the redirect. Publish both, and note the merger (including the page names) in the edit summaries. (This step is required in order to conform with Wikipedia's licensing requirements. Do not omit it nor omit the page name.) Check "What links here" on the source page for double-redirects. Double-redirects will fail to link, and must be renamed to redirect to the current page name.[1] Add {{Copied|from=|from_oldid=|to=|to_oldid=|to_diff=|date=}} onto the talk pages of both articles. This not only helps clarify attribution at the destination, but helps prevent inadvertent later deletion of the source history. This step is optional but recommended. Afterwards, DO NOT ask for a history merger between the two articles. See this link for the reason Performing a merger in this manner is beneficial when the source document includes a great deal of material that is not needed in the final article.


Pages to merge Current pages tagged for merging can be found at Category:Articles to be merged, which lists pages that have been tagged for merging on a particular month (tagging began in September 2006).


List of merger templates Main page: Category:Merge templates Template:Merge Template:Mergeto Template:Mergefrom Template:Cleanup-combine Template:Merging Template:Mergingfrom Template:Copied Template:Merged-to Template:Merged-from Template:oldmergefull


See also Articles to be merged (refresh) Subtotals October 2010 1 March 2015 2 February 2016 7 March 2016 50 April 2016 105 May 2016 125 June 2016 180 July 2016 183 August 2016 206 September 2016 129 October 2016 187 November 2016 209 December 2016 215 January 2017 233 February 2017 239 March 2017 257 April 2017 272 May 2017 278 June 2017 278 July 2017 312 August 2017 308 September 2017 352 October 2017 427 November 2017 464 December 2017 463 January 2018 513 February 2018 317 Undated articles 0 All articles 6,312 Category:All articles to be merged, containing all articles that need to be merged Category:Articles to be merged, containing articles that need to be merged, sorted by month Category:Merge templates, containing all possible merger templates that can alternatively be used in merger proposals Category:Redirects from merges, containing redirects resulting from completed mergers Wikipedia:Proposed mergers, to request assistance with merging Wikipedia:WikiProject Merge, a project initiated to clear merger backlog Wikipedia:Article size Wikipedia:Articles for merging, a failed proposal Wikipedia:Content forking Wikipedia:How to fix cut-and-paste moves Wikipedia:Requests for history merge Wikipedia:Merge and delete Wikipedia:Merge what? Wikipedia:Moving a page Wikipedia:Splitting Wikipedia:Template messages/Merging


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