As what I have discussed with @Chris6d about cleanup, i'm going to to categorize all the projects in this wiki according to their status and quality. This includes all fan games and fan stories. Other articles such as fan-made vehicles and locations are excluded from the equation.
The reason I want to do this is to filter this wiki from overabundance of low-quality and abandoned projects. The classification will be used to make the filter process easier.
Finished - Projects which content already completed and no longer requires constant editing. Original author(s) are still allowed to edit and expand the content of a finished project. Example: King of The Hill by @Loopiz.
Ongoing - Projects that is currently worked by their author(s).
Hiatus - Projects that is unedited by their author(s) for a month or more.
Abandoned - If a project is untouched for more than 12-month, it is considered to be abandoned by its author(s).
Quality - This include the project's premise, writing, and organizing.
Modest - Projects with promising premise, but with grammar, spelling, and article design that require some fixing.
Mediocre - Poorly-written projects that definitely require extensive editing.
Any project that classified as both abandoned and mediocre will be deleted. However, author(s) of related project will be notified before the deletion. They will have one month (or more) to upgrade the project quality, at least to modest rate. If no improvement whatsoever made, the project will be deleted.
The main Grand Theft Auto titles category (in the navigation bar) should only include project with decent quality, regardless of their status (so project like The After Dark Scene can stay in the category). Hopefully, this will motivate all creators to do the best if they want to be featured in the main category.
All the projects (and their author, status, and quality) will be listed in Grand Theft Auto Fanon Wiki:Projects.
Note that this is still a proposal. I haven't contacted @Raniero R yet (he seems to be last active in September). I'm open for comment and suggestion.