Today I am announcing the latest change to how article quality is defined. Going through the categorization system, I went through many old articles that haven't been edited in a long time, some in more than a year. I was about to create a new template to mark them as deficient quality when I encountered the problem of stacking templates, e.g. the way the stub and need infobox templates are made, stacking them looks very bad. To fix this, I created a new series of templates that not only stack better, but detract far less from the actual content itself. They fall right into the corner of an article just as they should considering that it is not the reader who should be told that an article is a stub, but editors so that they may fix the article. I'll be experimenting with them for the next week or so and if they work well, then I'll implement them site-wide.
Please post suggestions below.
The icons themselves may not be permanent. I didn't really know what else to use besides aircraft.