On 05/05/06, geni <geniice(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 5/5/06, Philip Welch
On May 5, 2006, at 12:38 AM, Steve Bennett
That's a major problem. Perhaps if we change
the emphasis from
"deleting it", with its connotations of purging it from the surface of
the earth, to "moving it out of Wikipedia"?
Gah! Enough with these stupid euphemisms!
You mean differently intelligent
No, it's a euphemism. Even *I* agree with Phil on this one.
"Voting" has changed to "finding consensus", but the process remains
the same. User conduct regulation is called "dispute resolution", but
focuses mainly on finding a pseudo-judicial basis to ban troublesome
Not true. Article RFCs can resolve dissputes. I don't know about medation.
What the hell does a *request for comment on an article* have to do
with resolving a dispute between two or more users?
I reserve the right to continue to use the description
edit and deletion summeries.
"I reserve the right to continue to blah blah blah"
You don't have any, and putting "vapourise" would be both emotive and
potentially misleading for someone who's trying to use your edit
summary/deletion comment to...gasp...work out what the hell your