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Proposals for new guidelines and policies require discussion and a high level of consensus from the entire community for promotion to guideline or policy. Adding the {{tl|policy}} template to a page without the required consensus does not mean that the page is policy, even if the page summarizes or copies policy. Most commonly, a new policy or guideline simply documents existing practices, rather than proposing a change to them. [[Wikipedia:Requests for comment|Request for comments]] (RfC) via the {{tlx|rfc|policy}} tag are recommended to draw wider attention to a proposed new policy or guideline in order to build consensus. Consensus for significant changes to practice are rarely accomplished through polling, and new policies and guidelines are not "approved" through polling, though sometimes polling is used to gauge wider consensus on a well-developed proposal.
 
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==== Good practice for proposals ====
The first step is to write the best initial proposal that you can. Authors can request early-stage feedback at [[Wikipedia:Village pump (development)|Wikipedia's village pump for idea incubation]] and from any relevant WikiProjects. Amendments to a proposal should be discussed on its talk page. It is crucial to improve a proposal in response to feedback received from outside editors. Consensus is built through a process of listening and discussion with a progressively larger group of editors.
 
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