A stub page is an article that doesn't have enough content to be truly useful. Perhaps you might create a page that you plan on adding content to later or hope that other members of the community will add to. That's a stub page.
Find the stub pages by clicking the stub tag.
Stub pages are very important to the life of a wiki. Adding a topic might inspire another community member to add to it, and eventually the topic has enough content to be valuable to the community. Stub pages help show the progressive nature of the wiki.
We want you to help us with stub articles! There are several ways to do this.
1. Create a new article about any topic, mention that it's a stub (you don't have to even write the content yet), and then enter the "stub" tag.
We recommend that you don't do a lot of these, unless you include some content. If you want to help add a lot of stubs, see the #2 Red Link option below instead.
When you create the stub, paste in this text:
NOTE: This is a stub article. Please add more information as it becomes available.
2. When writing on any topic, create a Red Link. Type two starting brackets "[ [" and then some text, and then type two closing brackets "] ]" at the end.
Note that there should be no space between the two brackets. I just added a space so that you can see the brackets.
Once the article is published and/or saved, the text in between the two starting and two closing brackets will appear red, like this. Any contributor can click the red link to open the Editor and create that page.
3. Help us fill out some content in the stubs.
It might just take a few seconds to add a sentence and make a stub article more valuable to the community. Eventually it won't be a stub any more.
Please view these stub articles and help us add content to them:
Similarly, help us add content to our Survival Guides:
This is an important topic: many interesting and useful pages started from the "Stub" state.