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"you can find more information": what other/more info shall we list here? ----Erkan Yilmaz 06:35, 21 August 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Erkan Yilmaz, Is it necessary to fill a page immediately? At the moment I don't have new interesting info about SAP. As a software consultant, I'm interested in what is happening at this company. Timboliu (discusscontribs) 21:12, 21 August 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Timboliu, you are not thinking about the impact of what you are doing on others. SAP has very little information on the page. It is linked from the page above. So someone is looking at resources and sees the SAP link and follows it. Wasting their time.
So pages like this should be deleted. It's not enough to move to your user space. However, take the content and create a reminders or list page in your user space. Don't put stubs like this in mainspace unless there is a good reason. Just that you are interested in the page isn't enough. If you want to invite others to provide information about SAP, I'd suggest putting that as a request on the page above. I.e., on the Companies page, create a section for requests for information. Or don't, just keep your lists in your user space. Another device is to create a redlink on the page above. That is better than a stub, it shows that there is no content there. Someone might create content. If there is a blue link, they might not even look at it! I.e., it cuts both ways.
If you watch my contributions, over time, you will see me create certain stubs. They are usually placeholders with a link to a subpage where there is real content. I.e., I have something particular to create, say a page on Falaco solitons. Where to put that? This is an small topic! but it's a subtopic of something larger, solitons. However, I don't want to write a resource on solitons, it's beyond my pay grade. So I created a stub at Soliton. Now looking at that, I did flesh it out a bit. But a lot more could be written on solitons. In any case, the stub then links to the page I actually wanted to create. --Abd (discusscontribs) 04:42, 22 August 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Still a mess, Timboliu. "In this learning project you can find more information about SAP." So, now you have other pages. The sum of it is links to Wikipedia or to pages with very little content. You have created unorganized stubs, such as HCM (yes, you created this in 2013. We didn't notice). I will ask you, on your user page, to stop creating pages until you know what you are doing, but work in your user space. --Abd (discusscontribs) 14:56, 22 August 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]