On 03/05/06, Anthony DiPierro <wikilegal(a)inbox.org> wrote:
As for "an article with no claim to
notability", I actually have no
idea what that phrase means.
An article has to establish the notability of its subject. If it
doesn't do that, it's subject to speedy deletion.
Stubbing only works if there's something there you
can verify in the
first place. Stubbing an article without verifying that your stub is
accurate first is a very bad idea IMO, because it gives false
credibility to the possibly inaccurate statement.
Heh: '''John Smith''' was a rap singer .