Then how about this? I have requested this submission to the administrators
of the Dutch Wikipedia.
It's been more and four days and you're getting an automatic confirmation
status (including admin). After the evaluation period, you can restore the
previous version of the deleted page from the previously deleted page and
return to (almost) the same page for other reasons: Long-term abuse, but
that is no longer in the discussion of deleting pages.
This is not an unblock request, but a request to recreate a deleted page.
You can nicely copy the article at https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oh_My_Girl
So can you regenerate a page that has been deleted but no longer exists in
the delete page discussion?
Don't forget to recreate the article at
but must be made
complete, not abbreviated (only the translation helps to develop the
But first make the article on
Also make an article for me at https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loona_(groep)
For articles on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kep1er
, you can restore the
master version of the deleted page, but if it is fixed, you can delete WIU
immediately before republishing it.
you can recreate
articles that are no longer in the discussion.
I waited more than four days to recreate the deleted page. That means it
was automatically confirmed for a limited time of one month (the excuse I
was given was that I repeatedly regenerated a page that was deleted after
an evaluation period of blocking and/or deleting and reverting to (almost)
the same contributions).