On 5/22/06, Tony Sidaway <f.crdfa(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 5/21/06, SCZenz <sczenz(a)gmail.com> wrote:
We are losing worthwhile articles because people
don't take 30 seconds
read them and evaluate the claims they make.
Isn't that bad?
There are by my estimate between 2 and 10 bad speedy calls per day. I
think this acceptable collateral damage--if I hadn't checked thousands
of speedies myself I'd call it unbelievably good--but obviously it
would be nice if there were no bad calls.
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An Jimbo has said as well:
"Personally I would modify this slightly by even further acknowledging that
it's _ok_ for people doing newpages patrol (especially) to err in the
defense of quality, and that resurrecting a few things here and there behind
them is a small price to pay for avoiding another Seigenthaler incident. "
Admin actions are reversable anyway