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|Category||WikiProject Louisville articles|
|Wikimedia Commons||Louisville, Kentucky|
|Cities, Kentucky, Indiana, United States|
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WikiProject Louisville is an open collaborative effort started on June 7, 2006 to coordinate and develop appropriate, comprehensive and well-connected content covering metropolitan Louisville, Kentucky (a thirteen-county region in north-central Kentucky and Southern Indiana) and related subjects in the Wikipedia.
- Joining: To become a member of our project or see the current list of members, go to the membership department. Membership has its benefits.
- Doing: To assist our project with article writing and other essential wiki activities per our project's goal, see our project tasks. Membership is not required for working on our tasks.
- Discussing: To discuss ongoing project work, ask questions or submit ideas/suggestions, go to the project talk page. ( )
- Our Best Work: To see a list of good and featured articles maintained by our project, as well as other articles/pages especially noted in the Wikipedia, view our recognized content.
- New to Wikipedia? If you want to help out, but don't know the first thing about Wikipedia or how to basically contribute, check out Wikipedia's Welcome Wagon, Teahouse or Help Desk. Also, certainly, you may ask questions on our talk page.
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|#1||Louisville, Kentucky||Louisville Male High School||Rebecca Broussard||St. Joseph's College (Kentucky)|
former Bardstown college with many notable alumni (currently a redirect)
|#2||University of Louisville||Ford Explorer||Ken Jenkins||IdeaFestival|
annual festival held in September
|#3||Louisville Cardinals football||Jefferson County Fire Service||Natalie West||Jim Porter (tavern keeper)|
aka the "Kentucky Giant"
|#4||Belle of Louisville||Boyce Watkins||Antoine Harris||Mike Linnig's|
seafood restaurant with a long history
|#5||KFC||Humana||Chris Coy||Eva Bandman Park|
Cyclocross venue and site of the 2013 World Championships
Goal and scope
The goal of our WikiProject is to encourage and provide comprehensive coverage of notable subjects pertaining to the Louisville metropolitan area by creating, connecting, assessing, improving upon and monitoring articles, lists, infobox/navbox templates and all other pages about the area and any subject/person well-connected to it (usually identified from Louisville area-related categorization).
Our scope is Louisville, Kentucky and the surrounding metropolitan area (based on the 2010 census), consisting of thirteen counties in Kentucky and Southern Indiana, namely Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson (Louisville Metro), Meade, Nelson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble in Kentucky, and Clark, Floyd, Harrison and Washington in Indiana. See the coverage map in the infobox. In addition, because of its bordering proximity to the metro area, Fort Knox is covered.
This is an open project that is coordinated by its members. Our project tasks are a compilation generated by its members. All concerns with elements of our project should be discussed on the project talk page.
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WikiProject Louisville shares coverage with and sometimes supersedes coverage for the following projects:
- Formatting/Structure (city articles only): Cities
- State-level: Kentucky and Indiana
- Normally, WikiProject Louisville will supersede coverage by WikiProject Kentucky. An example of an exception is a state-level subject that has a clear connection to the metro area, such as a Kentucky governor who hails from one of our constituent counties in Kentucky — dual coverage is necessary in such cases.
- Country-level (project infrastructure): United States