Stubs are articles which have not yet received substantial attention from site administrators and editors of Drum Solo Artist. They have been created, but don’t yet contain enough information to be truthfully considered articles. The Drum Solo Artist community believes that stubs are far from worthless. They are, rather, the first step articles take on their course to becoming complete. A stub is an article which is clearly too short, but not so short as to be useless. In general, it must be long enough to at least define the article’s title. This generally means 3 to 10 short sentences. Note that a longer article may be a stub if the topic is complex enough; conversely, a short article on a topic which has a very narrow scope may not be a stub. Another way to define a stub is an article so incomplete that an editor who knows little or nothing about the topic could improve its content after a superficial internet search or a few minutes in a reference library. One that can be improved by only a rather knowledgeable editor, or after significant research, may not be a stub.