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Välj en person bland dessa förslag som du kan hjälpa till att skriva en helt ny artikel om.

  1. Välj från listan nedan, eller föreslå en annan ny artikel att skapa, och berätta för de andra i gruppen vilken artikel du du har valt.
  2. Se till att få med de viktigaste delarna för en biografi och källhänvisningar.
  3. Börja med att skriva artikeln i din personliga sandlåda.
  4. Klicka på pennan OOjs UI icon edit-ltr.svg i högra hörnet för att byta från wikitextredigering till visuell redigering.
  5. Gör sedan en sidflyttning så att din text i sandlådan blir en ny artikel på svenska Wikipedia. Eller be om hjälp.

Lista med förslag

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Här listas förslag på biografier om kvinnor inom skogsnäring som saknas på svenska Wikipedia.
Förslag på artiklar som saknas på svenska Wikipedia
Namn Beskrivning Resurser WP
Gunilla Aschan Agronom och ledare inom bankväsendet. Ledamot i Kungliga Skogs- och Lantbruksakademien. https://lantmannen.com/vara-agare/tidningen-grodden/gunilla-tar-med-det-basta-fran-tva-varldar/
Seema Arora-Jonsson Professor i Landsbygdsutveckling i Sverige och Europa och verksam vid SLU. Ledamot i Kungliga Skogs- och Lantbruksakademien sedan 2016. https://www.slu.se/en/cv/seema-arora-jonsson/
Caroline Trapp LRFs första kvinnliga ordförande, mellan åren 2001-2005. http://www.lrfhistoria.se/manniskorna/caroline-trapp/
Anna-Brita Malmsten Första kvinnan att ingå i LRFs styrelse år 1977. Aktiv i arbetet med att inkludera kvinnor som medlemmar i LRF. http://www.lrfhistoria.se/manniskorna/anna-brita-malmsten/
Annie Lorrain Smith Brittisk lichenolog och mykolog, som var med och grundade British Mycological Society samt skrev böckerna Handbook of British Lichens och Lichens 1921. http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/10.1093/ref:odnb/9780198614128.001.0001/odnb-9780198614128-e-46420;jsessionid=5193846CCADF592BA95869AA0B9C44B8 eng
Dorothy Stang Amerikansk-brasilisk nunna som kämpade för att försvara den brasilianska regnskogen från utarmning från jordbruket och som mördades 2005. https://www.theguardian.com/news/2005/feb/21/guardianobituaries.brazil eng


Instructions in English

Find a missing article from the above resources or from these lists:

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Below we have created 9 simple rules for writing women's biographies on Wikipedia that will help you get started
link 9 simple rules for writing women's biographies on Wikipedia

This set of guidelines is intended to help editors who are trying to create women's biographies for the first time. It summarizes the bare essentials of how to write biographies which stand a good chance of becoming part of the encyclopaedia.


One of the best ways to gain experience is to look at how existing women's biographies have been written on Wikipedia. Try to find a few articles on other people with backgrounds or interests similar to those you wish to cover. You might have some names in mind but you can also use one of the many lists available to find useful examples corresponding to the occupation and/or nationality of the person you want to cover.

Rule 1. Choose carefully[redigera | redigera wikitext]

Not every woman in history or in today's news can be written about on Wikipedia. For Wikipedia, it is not sufficient to write biographies based on primary sources such as an individual's website, CV or job description, no matter how impressive these may appear. For Wikipedia, notability depends on a person's clear recognition by third parties, what we call notability. Avoid writing about yourself, your colleagues or your friends (or your organization).

In general, it is easier to write the biographies of women who are no longer alive than biographies of living people which need much more careful attention and more detailed sourcing.

Rule 2. Research[redigera | redigera wikitext]

Establish notability with mainstream reliable sources which have been edited or curated such as newspapers, journals, books or award citations. Do not use personal, fan-based, or employer websites; or blogs; or promotional sites such as Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn.

Rule 3. Write why they are important[redigera | redigera wikitext]

The introduction, the first couple of lines of the article should summarize text cited in the body and tell why your subject is important. The body of the article should explain this in more detail with references.

Rule 4. Reference everything[redigera | redigera wikitext]

The article needs references to your source material. At a minimum, one source for each paragraph must be given. You can learn how to add references here. Add a section called References at the end of the article.

Rule 5. Write in your own words[redigera | redigera wikitext]

Plagiarism is unethical and could be illegal if you use copyrighted material without properly attributing your source. In general, you should rewrite everything you find in your own words. If you include quotes, you should identify them clearly, citing the author and the source and formatting them as quotes.

Rule 6. Linking to other articles[redigera | redigera wikitext]

An article should contain many links to other articles so that it is easy for people to learn more about the subject.

Rule 7. Layout[redigera | redigera wikitext]

Ideally, articles should run to several hundred words although informative stubs articles are also welcome. The article should start with a short introduction followed by a biographical section headed "Biography" or "Life" which can be broken down into sections such as "Early life", "Career" and "Awards". Make sure to include a "References" section at the end of the article, you can also add an External links section to provide URLs to the person's website or to primary sources.

Rule 8. Images[redigera | redigera wikitext]

Articles can be enhanced with images. But you should not add images you find on the web unless they comply with ???copyright rules??. On the other hand, you are free to use photographs you have taken yourself. (It's not too difficult to upload them on Wikimedia Commons.) To be absolutely safe, you should not add photographs or paintings of people unless the author has been dead for over 70 years. If you are in doubt, you should ask for advice.

Rule 9. Ask for help and talk to people[redigera | redigera wikitext]

When in doubt, ask someone for advice and help.

Getting started with a new article in a different language than Swedish


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  1. Look at different language versions of Wikipeia if the biography you want to create is available in a different language.
  2. Ask for advice on how to start your draft article on the language version you wish to contribute to, as guidelines may differ between different languages.