Steven Walling wrote:
generally, it seems to be a project built to do what
user:Alasnohn has been
doing for high school AFDs; dredging up a large amount of references from
non-independent sources and local sports coverage to try and salvage
articles that, because they are nn and useless except as draws for student
vandals, were unsourced previously and rightly nominated for deletion.
On 7/13/07, Pedro Sanchez <pdsanchez(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> It's yet another army-fantasy like project (think of countervandalism
> unit). But it's a good place where they can gather the terminal
> patients so we can go and help them die in peace instead of
> lenghtening their suffering instead of looking them by ourselves.
> Thank you for that
What heaping boatload of bad faith you guys are assuming.
The described purpose of the project is not "keep everything at all
costs!", it's "make things that might be deleted due to bad quality into
things that will be kept due to good quality." It explicitly limits
itself to topics where the _topic_ is a valid one to have an article on.
Is this not a worthy goal?