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Shall I add:
- The context of a page should provides sufficient information to identify a subject for further research. In case of a main game page, it should provide enough information to track down a given game (with the assumption that it is available), or in case of a subpage, the purpose of the given page to identify and collect the appropriate information for that page. The table of contents is one of the few pages that provides its own context - it is a listing of pages belonging to an article.
- Section stubs
- Section stubs are slightly different than stub articles. In most cases, a section's context is already provided by the rest of the article, leaving the header as minimally sufficient for a stub.
- Smaller than stubs
- Entries that are smaller than stubs, such as those just containing a header and footer navigation link, are too small to be considered stubs. Since they falsely identify a certain page as existing, they should be removed to prevent authors from incorrectly believing the page exists.
Or is the article good enough? --Sigma 7 22:45, 5 May 2009 (UTC)
- Smaller than stubs is irrelevant. Ordinary users can't do anything about it once it's tagged. Being able to identify a subject seems a bit lenient for letting a page out of stubs, but it seems like an easy definition to follow. -- Prod (Talk) 06:19, 6 May 2009 (UTC)