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I notice that the article on the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon has recently
been deleted, and it has in fact been deleted many times over the years.
However, according to stats.grok.se, this article is quite popular, having
been viewed *around 350 thousand times since 2007*. Here's the script I
for i in $(wget --quiet -O-
http://stats.grok.se/en/200712/Baader-meinhof%20phenomenon | grep '>2' |
cut -f2 -d'>' | cut -f1 -d'<');do wget --quiet -O-
http://stats.grok.se/en/$i/Baader-meinhof%20phenomenon | grep 'has been
viewed' | sed 's/.*viewed//;s/ //g';done
Wikipedia's policies are irrelevant: This phenomenon has entered the
lexicon, and is now well known simply due to its existence in Wikipedia.
Since the phenomenon didn't have a well known name, I've been telling
people about it for quite some time now, and it has recently enjoyed a huge
surge in popularity, *due to its existence on Wikipedia*.
The article should reinstated, a section concerning the unique nature of
its notability should be added.
On Wed, 5 Mar 2014 15:04:31 -0700, Brian J Mingus wrote:
> Wikipedia's policies are irrelevant: This phenomenon has entered the
> lexicon, and is now well known simply due to its existence in Wikipedia.
I wouldn't say that "Wikipedia's policies are irrelevant" to anything
regarding Wikipedia, as this would be tautologically false. However,
there are always a whole bunch of often-conflicting policies to be
considered (including "Ignore All Rules"), which might pull in
different directions. With regard to a deleted article on a
phenomenon lacking sufficient reliable citations, but which is
starting to spread under that name (due in part to the past existence
of the Wikipedia article, and various mirrored copies some of which
still persist, and blogs and forum posts referencing it), the "end
game" would likely be either that the idea and name spread enough to
ultimately produce reliable sources allowing the article to be
recreated and kept (at which point the past deletion would be
irrelevant, and the article would belong under Wikipedia policy even
if its past history included self-reference to Wikipedia itself), or
it dies out without achieving notability and the deletion would
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