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A Sunshine Review Project is a series of coordinated, connected chores to build up a specific set of articles or knowledge that lasts long enough, has enough moving parts, or is complicated enough to make it worthwhile to identify if as a project, with its own set of guidelines, objectives, to-do lists and so on.
Anyone can design a project but you usually have to have some experience with wiki-code and the customs of a wiki to do it without help. (If you do want to design and implement a project and you want some help with it, ask one of Sunshine Review's editors for help.)
The components of a well-designed project include:
- Project overview. This is the central coordinating page for the project. It describes the project and includes lists of the next steps that should be undertaken to build the project. An example of this is The "My Government Website" Project.
- Standard templates that will be used within the project. This should include at a minimum a template like this: Template:Sunshine WikiProjects. This type of template is designed to be installed on the "talk" or "discussion" page of any article within that particular project.
- Progress reporting. Here's an example: "My Government Website" progress reports.
- User participation badges. These make it easy for people to see who all is working on that state in order to foster more collaboration.