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Creation spree: minor-planet object articles[edit]

Hi Sadenar40000, mass creation of minor planet stub articles should be avoided (also see WP:NASTRO and WP:DWMP). Per my count, you've created the following articles in the last few days [update: revised articles in boldface]:

Please stop creating new articles. This creates a huge backlog for others like me (fixing adding templates, categories, talkpages and the like). Instead, I ask you to start working on the ones you have already created. There are plenty of articles about trans-Neptunian objects that serve you as a template (I see you adopted some basic structure from them, which is good, but you also left out a lot of the basic components). I have revised the first article in the above list – which hopefully will serve you as a more complete "start"-level example. Currently, all articles are candidates to be tagged with {{Notability}} if they are not expanded. Rfassbind – talk 16:29, 29 November 2018 (UTC)

Understood, sorry for the bother.Sadenar40000 (talk) 18:14, 29 November 2018 (UTC)
I've currently worked on (523687) 2014 DF143, but I ran into some issues with the numbering and naming section, where I couldn't find how you got this: "numbered by the Minor Planet Center on 9 June 2017 and received the number 495603 in the minor planet catalog (M.P.C. 105261)." from the Archive. It must be somewhat obvious but I just couldn't find out, so I decided to leave the entire part out of the edit.Sadenar40000 (talk) 19:58, 29 November 2018 (UTC)
Lastly, I don't quite get the spirit of the noticability guideline on minor planets/asteroids, it seems to say that even if those articles get enough work done on them, they would still be unnoticable, this is just my interpretation of it though Sadenar40000 (talk) 20:11, 29 November 2018 (UTC)
Sadenar40000, typically articles are created when there is a study about the object (or anything that mentions it), so doing an extensive search on google is mandatory. Systematic creation of minor planet articles only referenced in databases should be avoided, which includes mass creation of articles based on red links found on the list of possible dwarf planets (historically, there were issues with mass creation of minor planet articles, creating a huge backlog; and the guidelines reflect the pain this has caused in the past). It's OK to find your own words and make your own descriptions from publications you found online about the object. Note: revised articles (above) are now listed in boldface to keep track of the current status. Rfassbind – talk 12:20, 30 November 2018 (UTC)
Understood, I'll fix the mess I've created and once that is done, redirect my time to more constructive articles, once again, sorry for the inconvenience caused. I initially started doing this because I saw quite a few TNOs articles and found it weird a lot of TNO articles in the french wiki didn't have their counterpart in the english one, now I know the reason for this and will refrain from adding more.Sadenar40000 (talk) 13:48, 30 November 2018 (UTC)
Just to be clear. No one said "mess"; the term I used was "backlog". It could have resulted in a "huge backlog" if all the redlinks on list of possible dwarf planets § Likeliest dwarf planets were turned into underdeveloped stub articles. That's why I posted early on, in order to prevent you from too much frustration. This is not the first time a warned wikipedians from creating too many/unsufficiently source articles. Unfortunately, people feel offended nevertheless, and in some way or the other, express their frustration and intention to move on towards other areas. That's why this post here was my last one that tries to alert others of potential article over-creation. From now on I'll just skip this part. I wish you all the best and, as you mentioned, good luck spending your time on more constructive articles. Rfassbind – talk 00:05, 3 December 2018 (UTC)

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