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This is a project to dedicate a stub article to each of one of these countless tiny specks, instead of just putting them together on a table or letting the article on the asteroid belt suffice. The assumption is someone, somewhere, someday, might want to read one of them. Eventually, these stubs will constitute a large percentage of all articles on Wikipedia, and will stand as precedent for anyone wanting to include an article about anything, no matter how obscure, as noting could possibly be more obscure and insignificant than one more tiny asteroidlette. The existence of these articles somehow does not violate the Wiki-principle that all articles must be about something notable. Chrisrus (talk) 02:11, 3 June 2009 (UTC)
Explain, please, how these articles do not violate notability standards. An article for each white dot in this picture? How can we explain to those of minor fame whose articles are deleted on obscurity grounds, yet this mind-boggling pile of stubs is allowed to exist?
Either merge them into the main article in some kind of table or something, or delete them all. Unless you have a better idea. Chrisrus (talk) 06:36, 3 June 2009 (UTC)
This issue has been discussed for years at WT:ASTRO and more lately at WT:AST, this category talk page is entirely the wrong place to discuss this issue. -- 18.104.22.168 (talk) 08:51, 22 January 2015 (UTC)