Shepherd - 11:35 pm on Jun 18, 2013 (gmt 0)
I think google is changing their definition of a "soft 404" even though they have not updated their public information: [support.google.com...]
as Atlrus says:
After all, those "soft 404s" in your example are not really 404, just very thin content pages
google is reporting pages (and this is something new afaik) that probably should be 404s, they probably should not exist. Good or bad, I don't know, impressive, yes.