C-Class

C-Class pages have sub­stan­tial con­tent and will of­ten be use­ful to read­ers, but they may have sig­nifi­cant prose and style prob­lems, may re­quire cleanup, may not cover all sig­nifi­cant ar­eas of the topic, or may not ex­plain the con­cept in a way the tar­get au­di­ence will re­li­ably un­der­stand.

Con­trast:

  • Start-Class pages, which are suffi­ciently un­finished that they should be viewed by ed­i­tors rather than read­ers.

  • B-Class pages, which are rea­son­ably com­pre­hen­sive, have no ma­jor stylis­tic is­sues, and ex­plain the con­cept in a way which seems likely to be of­ten en­light­en­ing to the tar­get au­di­ence.

Qual­ity scale

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