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With as small and new as it is, there's going to be plenty of pages that are so-called "stubs", or pages with the bare minimum amount of information (such as just being a definition of the word in question). However, you can help a great deal by adding a few paragraphs of information, even if it's off the top of your head! Even if you can't remember the source of the information, just putting it down in words can let people know what kind of information to research for citations.

Just remember that if you don't do it when you see the page, it might be a long time before someone else sees it and adds enough to fill in the blanks.