On 04/08/07, Raphael Wegmann <raphael(a)psi.co.at> wrote:
Jimmy Wales schrieb:
I fully support the right of the Wikipedia community to protect itself
from those kinds of lunatics by giving support to those who need to
maintain their privacy.
Have edits been oversighted to protect people's identity? Damn straight
What I fail to see: How does deleting SVs contribution history
help her in maintaining her privacy?
It seems to me, that such action rather fuels the suspicion/conspiracy
brought up by /.
Please, pretty please, do *not* go one step further with that and say,
'because she got things deleted, she deserves all of this'. People do
the best they can, and no matter what you do, bad things you don't
deserve will happen to you.
It's sort of hard to answer that question specifically without knowing
what was deleted, and even if I did know, the answer would most
assuredly be personal, but hey, personal things can be revealed in