Hi, I have followed this discussion for a while.
I understand that the major problem is the copy-paste habit of some editors.
There are texts which can be copied and just passed because they have no copyright. But
still it is not a good idea. Because it easily loos like a puzzle where pieces do not fit
and tends to result in lousy style.
There are more texts where the copyright problem arises.
This can easily be avoided by just rephrasing the text with own words, if we stick just to
Please all do that and lets get out of this lamentation corner.
Nobody is being persecuted here, nobody fights against African topics.
Lets work on our editig quality, it is not difficult.
Otherwise do learn Swahili and edit on sw:Wikipedia. Then you only deal with kind admins
who are extremely patient - and copy-paste is next to impossible!
>> Otherwise... with a quick study of what is
going on about the
>> deletion spree, it seems that...
>> * in all articles, chunks are indeed copyvios. The chunks are
>> smaller or bigger depending on each case.
>> * in many cases, the article is blanked in its entirety, then deleted.
>> Looks like it is a bit overkill to me. I see not why at least a stub
>> could be kept.