Wikipedia:Tip of the day/December 3
A stub is an article that provides at least a basic definition but does not go much beyond it. It may not be the perfect article yet, but the perfect stub should have the potential to become one. See Wikipedia:Find or fix a stub for ways to locate stubs. For example, click "What links here" on that same page, or on Template:Stub (the stub notice). Still not enough stubs? Then try Wikipedia:Requests for page expansion, or set the "threshold for stub display" in your user preferences. That option sets a number of characters threshold value. Links to articles with fewer characters are shown in dark red. This makes it very easy to spot stubs.