Meta tags which request an edit to the page
If a page is tagged by a child of this page, then that page should be improved by editing.
- Out of date
Meta tag used when the page has a lot of information that’s obsolete
- Too long
Meta tag used to indicate that this page is too long by Arbital’s standards.
This page gives a basic overview of the topic, but may be missing important information or have stylistic issues. If you’re able to, please help expand or improve it!
- Needs lenses
This page has only a technical introduction. If you’re able to, please help by adding an intuitive explanation!
- Needs summary
This page does not have a summary which provides an informative overview of the page’s primary topic.
- Needs image
Meta tag for pages which would be improved by having images
- Needs exercises
Add this tag to a page which doesn’t have enough exercises.
- Needs technical summary
Meta tag for pages which need a technical summary.
- Needs clickbait
This page does not have clickbait (a short teaser for the page displayed on various lists). Feel free to add it!
This page’s quality has not been assessed.
- Needs alias
This page needs a custom alias for the url.
- Needs parent
This page is not attached to an appropriate parent page. If you know where it should go, please help categorize it!
- Needs accessible summary
This page needs a summary for a less technical audience.
- Formatting issues
This page has formatting or mathjax issues.
- Needs splitting by mastery
This page seems to serve multiple different mastery levels, and may benefit from being split into separate lenses.
- Needs examples
This page would benefit from more examples of the concept it teaches.
- Needs links
This page could do with more greenlinks.
- Image requested
An editor has requested an image for this page.
Seeds are outlines of pages. They’re not much use for readers, but can help authors.
This page only gives a very brief overview of the topic. If you’re able to, please help expand or improve it!
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