On 08/02/2008, Ray Saintonge <saintonge(a)telus.net> wrote:
Thomas Dalton wrote:
stubs together into one list makes no sense. ..... And what is the
Less articles to worry about. That's why we delete things than a
non-notable in the first place, as far as I can tell - they're not
worth having an extra article to monitor for vandalism, etc.
The problem here is
that some people stress out more over vandalism than
content. There's a curious logic behind the notion that vandalism can
be reduced by cutting down the number of articles. It's a bit like an
invader who reduces the population of the conquered territory now in
order to have a lower death rate in the future.
It doesn't reduce vandalism, it makes vandalism easier to manage
because it's more contained. Less pages to monitor means less chance
of vandalism slipping through the net. It's not just vandalism,
though, any kind of "routine maintenance" is easier with fewer