Before starting, we invite you to read "Wikirating:About" in order to give you a first impression of what Wikirating is and how does it work.
How can I contribute?
Regarding the content
Might you have a work dealing with risk management and credit rating? Might you have a private interest about that matter? Or might you have no clue about rating? Don't worry, any profile is helpful:
- If you are an expert in credit rating business for countries, your input about the new proposed rating method Sovereign Wikirating Index (SWI) is very valuable. Also any other common or even new possible rating methods or calculation criteria are welcome. Please post your comments, suggestions and feedback to the dedicated discussion page to let the community know about the accuracy and the reliability of this method.
- Contributions to any other credit rating method, especially for companies and structured products are welcome as well.
- A very important topic are reliable and exact data - if you want to contribute to this, take a look at the data portal.
- If you have no clue about rating, you can simply navigate within Wikirating, participate or initiate discussions in the forum, hunt bugs, test the Wikirating extensions, correct translation errors, suggest improvements, new features, etc.
Regarding the wiki framework
Some important notes before starting to participate
- Signup at Wikirating - see also "Why create an account?".
- If you are not familiar with editing Wikitext, read "How to edit a page" at Wikipedia.
- We invite you to read the document "Wikirating in a Nutshell" in order to give you a first impression of what Wikirating is about.
- Consider also the frequently asked questions.
- If you have any further questions don't hesitate to leave us a message!
How can I get started?