What is a Stub
Stubs are PrintWiki entries that have not received substantial attention from the editors of PrintWiki, and do not yet contain sufficient information on their subject matter. They are short or insufficient pieces of information and require additions to further increase their usefulness.
The wiki automatically creates a list of pages marked as stubs.
Marking a Page as a Stub
If you create or find a stub, add the stub tag to ask other users to make the article longer. The easy way to do this is to use the Stub macro: [[stub]]
The output of the stub macro:
This entry is a stub, a starting point for writing a full entry. You can help PrintWiki by expanding it! Just click the "Edit" button.
Removing Stub Tag
Once a stub has been properly expanded and becomes an article rather than just a stub, you or any editor may remove the stub tag from it. No administration action or formal permission is needed. Be bold in removing stub tags which are clearly no longer applicable.
Adapted from the Wikipedia guide on stubs: Wikipedia:Stub