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BRWiki:Policies

Policy status and phases


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This page is an official policy on BRWiki.

This policy has wide acceptance among editors and is considered a standard that all users should follow.

  • Feel free to propose any changes to this policy, but please make sure that changes you make follow the official process and reflect consensus on the discussion page before you put them into practice. Any changes need to be Adopted or Decreed to be enforced as policy.
  • See the Policies home page for an overview of BRWiki policies.
  • See Category:Policies for a list of proposed and adopted policy articles.



Shortcut:
WW:STUB


What is a stub?

A stub is an article which still needs improvement and/or is not complete. See BRWiki:Stub for a more complete definition.

The policy

"Stubs shall be marked as stubs, using properly categorized stub tags from the list below."

How to mark a page as a stub

You can add the appropriate stub template to the top of the article. However, {{Stub/Policy}} and {{Stub/Needed}} are not to be used unless you know what you're doing.

See below for the current list of stubs we use.

How to expand a stub

It's simple: Add information to the article! You can remove the stub template if you think the article or section has been sufficiently filled out.

See BRWiki:Find or fix a stub for more details.

Details on stubs

Stubs Quicksheet *

{{Stub/Adventure}}

{{Stub/NPC}}

{{Stub/Item}}

{{Stub/Location}}

{{Stub/Lore}}

{{Stub/RP}}

{{Stub/Player}}

{{Stub/Gameplay}}


{{Stub/Policy}}

{{Stub/Needed}}

Beware repercussions

Current stub templates in use at BRWiki, each linking to a particular category:     [edit]

Others:

Please do not use the uncategorized {{Stub}} tag on BRWiki.