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Wikitravellers have knowledge about our destinations that sometimes goes beyond what can be included in a guide. Often, visitors to Wikitravel have a very specific question that is not answered by our usual guide format. To connect these folks, it would be great to make an explicit connection between some articles and contributors.

Becoming a docent

To become a docent for a destination, add the following template to the end of an article:


Replace "Username" with your actual user name.

If there is already a docent listed, add your name on the next line:


Currently, there is no limit on the number of docents for a destination, but attempts should be made to keep the total number of docents under 3 - 5 depending on the size of the destination.

Unbecoming a docent

If you decide you no longer want to be a docent, or you plan on being away for more than a week or two, just remove your username.

If a docent has been unreachable for one month, without making note of his or her absence, their name can be removed from the docent list.

Nominating a docent

If you notice a user who seems to have a lot of good insider knowledge about a destination and you think they would be a great docent, put a comment on their talk page:

You sure seem to know a lot about [[insert place name here]], have you considered becoming a Docent?

Rights and Responsibilities

  • Docents should create a Docent section on their user page. In that area they can indicate how they would like to be contacted: on their talk page, via email, IM, IRC, etc.
  • Docents should try to integrate information back into the guide.
  • Docents are not "in charge" of an article. They have the same control over article content as any contributor. Issues should still be settled on the appropriate talk pages.