Btw why is this a stub??
--Cusack (talk) 14:47, 9 October 2019 (UTC)
- Well, we've never made any formal guidelines as to what makes a stub (hmmm. That's worth thinking about...). But over the last two years or so we've been raising the bar on the quality and length that's considered normal (or good) in articles. In this case, the article meets a bare minimum, but could certainly be extended and improved by someone with a little creativity to burn.
- Marking an article as a stub adds it to Category:Stubs, which is linked from the main page for people looking for something to edit, and adds the hatnote which actively invites people to contribute to it. It's really just an editor (in this case, User:WardPhoenix in a classically gnomish edit from February) saying, "I want people to know that there's space here for some great new content." -- Djonni (talk) 15:54, 9 October 2019 (UTC)