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==Pros and cons of outlines==
 
Outlines have their bad sides. Readers can get confused by too many empty sections. Is that all there is to say about the article? Is that the expected length of articles for Wikivoyage? Where's all the info? Outlines can give a bad first impression if people haven't seen other Wikivoyage articles. (But see [[Project:Outline articles#Practical outline-making|below]] for a way to make outlines less confusing.)
 
Mostly, though, outlines are a good thing. An outline is the framework that allows an article that started its life as a [[Project:Stub articles|stub]] to grow and evolve into a full blown article. One [[Project:Wikivoyagers|Wikivoyager]] can start with an introductory paragraph with a bare outline, and other Wikivoyagers will come along and add more information to it. Someone else comes in and reformats the information according to the [[Project:Manual of style|Manual of style]], and someone else adds photos. Eventually, the bare outline becomes a healthy, useful guide.
 
==Identification==
 
If you set the ''Threshold for stub link formatting'' value to something other than 0 in your [[Project:User preferences help|preferences]] under ''Misc'', links to short articles will be shown in a different color than links to complete articles or to non-existent articles. The threshold value is a number of characters in the article; somewhere around 500 characters should give you a good idea of whether an article is long enough or not. (The basic template alone is around 150 characters.)
 
Note that this only shows ''short'' articles, and so it's a very rough approximation of an "outline". An article with lots of unformatted information is not yet an "outline", but may exceed the character count of a bare outline article. We don't have the software yet to decide if an article covers its subject well, so we have to manually add [[Project:Article status]] disclaimers.
 
==What to do with them==
 
If you make an outline article, or see one that someone else has made (but not tagged), you can either tag it or upgrade it.
 
===Tag===
 
If you add template sections to an article that doesn't have them, or see one that someone else has made, it's good to add a little disclaimer that says that the article isn't really usable yet. It gives a bit of extra impetus to readers to add what they know to an article. There's special markup in our software to mark something as an outline. It looks like this: '''<nowiki>{{outline}}</nowiki>''' which makes this appear on the page:
{{outline}}
 
You can add the outline message at the bottom of the page. This reassures readers that we know the article is not complete, and that it's not indicative of the overall quality expected out of Wikivoyage articles. Also, it invites them to add whatever they can to make the article better.
 
===Upgrade===
 
It's trivially easy to upgrade an article from "stub" to "outline"; upgrading an article past "outline" can sometimes take a bit more work. In fact, many generally-well-developed articles get stuck at this stage because they're missing some key information. The [[Project:article status|specific criteria]] varies depending on the kind of article (i.e. city, country, etc.) but the general theme of a better-than-outline article is that it contains enough specific information that a traveler would know how to get there, where to sleep, where to eat, and what to see there. Which actually isn't all that hard to do, with a little bit of research. At that point it's not an outline any more, and the disclaimer can be [[Project:Article status|changed]] to be a <nowiki>{{usablecity}}, {{usableregion}}, {{usablecountry}}, {{usabletopic}}, {{usableitinerary}}, or {{usablephrasebook}}</nowiki> article (depending on which kind of article it is).-->
 
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