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Date Resolved: July 19, 2014
Result: Stub length is established at 1,000 bytes.
Now that the stub length discussion has ended, there is still not a consensus. I have eliminated the unpopular choices, the ones with a negative rating:
(-1) Less than 300 bytes
(-4) Less than 1,500 bytes
(-4) Less than 2,000 bytes
(-3) Less than 2,500 bytes
(-4) Less than 3,000 bytes
(-3) Less than 3,500 bytes
(-3) Less than 4,000 bytes
Accepted: "Any article that is later defined as a stub but also is an article in which all information is complete, is no longer considered a stub, no matter the length. Example: If a stub is considered less than 2,000 bytes, and a certain article is 1,700 bytes, yet it is almost impossible to add any more information, the article can no longer be considered a stub."
You can support/oppose/neutral to more than one. Under the additional policies section, if you have any ideas, add them there. We need to come to an agreement as to the best size to which we consider a stub.
This discussion will end on Friday, July 18, 2014 at 9 a.m., eastern time. — AMK152 (Wall • Contrib) 12:17, July 11, 2014 (UTC)
Less than 500 bytes (Rating: 0)
Neutral - I am okay with this amount, although I would prefer 300 bytes, but that has been eliminated. — AMK152 (Wall • Contrib) 12:18, July 11, 2014 (UTC)
Support - What Andrew said. I still would have preferred 300 bytes. JosephHawk📪 13:25, July 11, 2014 (UTC)
Neutral leaning towards Support — This amount is okay, but I prefer 1,000 bytes (W•C)05:16, July 18, 2014 (UTC)