The SGP is a community-oriented goal towards reiterating upon various editing and social aspects found here at Nukapedia, in which myself and others will periodically write out peer-reviewed guides which can be used by the community as future reference material.
Once a guide has been written out and proposed to the SGP, they will then be peer-reviewed to help determine both their accuracy, and desirability. Even should a guide be peer-reviewed and generally accepted, the community reserves the right to get together at any time and express their desire to see it removed should inaccuracies be discovered, or should the times change enough where the guide might no longer be relevant.
As a general-note for those reading, there are also two subject matters that need clarity before reading onwards:
Any guides presented here are only to be used as reference material. They will not, and cannot be enforced by disciplinary action should they not be followed, unless the established guidelines and/or policies are also being broken.
As a reference project, the SGP aims to create community consensus on various subjects all across the wiki which are considered vague and misunderstood. If these guides are ever referred to in interactions with other users, please only use them as reference material, and not as indisputable argument points.
How can I ask for a certain guide to be written out?
Message one of the project leads. If the subject at question is valid enough for a guide to be written out, we will get straight to work!
Leave your thoughts in the comments section. Should an idea for a guide be supported by 5 or more editors, we will add it to the drawing board.
If something around the wiki is gaining a bit of criticism due to a general lack of understanding, we will pick up on that and possibly write out a guide to help alleviate vagueness and controversy.
Can I become a project lead?
Anyone can come forth and volunteer their time towards creating a guide. Once written out and peer-reviewed by at least one other prominent editor, we will add your guide onto the SGP, and welcome you on as a project lead.
When does a guide become standardized?
When any guide is first created, it first must be peer-reviewed by at least 1-3 prominent editors.
After a guide has been peer-reviewed, it will be put up for a trial period of 2 weeks or more, in which the community can get together and express their thoughts over its validity. It should be noted that once the trial period is over, and even should the guide initially be standardized, it is always vulnerable towards criticism, and can be rebuked at any time.
Once standardized, the guide will represent the community's overall feelings on the subject, and can be used as referral material across the wiki, until a time comes in which the guide is no longer relevant and/or necessary.
As a side-note, not all guides have to be over complicated subjects, and can instead tackle other aspects of the wiki such as template usage.