On 2/11/06, jayjg <jayjg99(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The truth is that 95% of the decisions made by AfD
(and perhaps even more)
are correct ones
I agree absolutely. But I think this is more of a function of the fact that
95% the time,
it's obvious that an article should either be deleted, or it shouldn't; not
quality of AFD. In these cases, the same decision would have been reached
deletion system. The only real difference is that under PWD it would have
faster, but I'll be willing to say that is a trivial contrast.
The basis upon which I'm judging the various possible deletion systems is
the 5% of
articles where it isn't clear whether it ought to be deleted.