# Talk:Divergence theorem/Proof

I was thinking we should change the name of this page to Divergence theorem in order to create a sister link to w:Divergence theorem. The Wikipedia (WP) article isn't bad, but is rated at quality C. I think the next step for both wikis is to keep the WP article as an encyclopedic article and move the educational stuff to supbpages in WV mainspace. **The WV mainspace articles should contain only that information a typical reader is mostly likely to need**. I won't make the move until we have at least two quality lessons on this topic, with both lessons being situated as subpages.

- At this point, WV has one quality lesson, which currently resides right here (at Divergence (Gauss-Ostrogradsky) theorem.) I am currently on another project and have no time to add more lessons, but will propose a few cosmetic chantges to this article on the Colloquium.--Guy vandegrift (discuss • contribs) 15:43, 17 March 2021 (UTC)

## Monthly views before moving[edit source]

This derivation averaged 41 page views per month after its creation almost two years ago. See: https://pageviews.toolforge.org/?project=en.wikiversity.org&platform=all-access&agent=user&redirects=0&start=2018-09&end=2021-02&pages=Divergence_(Gauss-Ostrogradsky)_theorem

In contrast Wikipedia:Divergence theorem averages over 26,000 views per month.

I plan to move Divergence (Gauss-Ostrogradsky) theorem to Divergence theorem/Proof soon. --Guy vandegrift (discuss • contribs) 19:10, 17 March 2021 (UTC)