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'''See also''': [[Wikitravel:Outline articles|Outline articles]], [[Wikitravel:Usable articles|Usable articles]], [[Wikitravel:Guide articles|Guide articles]], [[Wikitravel:Star articles|Star articles]].
 
'''See also''': [[Wikitravel:Outline articles|Outline articles]], [[Wikitravel:Usable articles|Usable articles]], [[Wikitravel:Guide articles|Guide articles]], [[Wikitravel:Star articles|Star articles]].
  
==Pros and cons of stubs==
 
  
Stubs have their bad sides. Readers can get confused by a too-short article: Is that all there is to say about the article? Is that the expected length of articles for Wikitravel? Where's all the info? Stubs can give a bad first impression if people haven't seen other Wikitravel articles. (But see [[Wikitravel:Stub articles#Practical stub-making|below]] for a way to make stubs less confusing.)
 
 
Mostly, though, stubs are a good thing. A stub is the seedling from which the full plant of an article emerges. One [[Wikitravel:Wikitravellers|Wikitraveller]] can add a stub, and other Wikitravellers will come along and add more information to it. Someone else comes in and reformats the article according to the [[Wikitravel:Manual of style|Manual of style]], and someone else adds photos. Eventually, the tiny one-sentence stub becomes a healthy, useful article.
 
  
 
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