And prod or PWD isn't representative of the Wikipedia community either. It
just happens to involve people who know it was tagged and have the energy to
stay involved and ward off edit warriors.
On 2/11/06, Ryan Delaney <ryan.delaney(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 2/11/06, Alphax (Wikipedia email) <alphasigmax(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Who /is/ representative of Wikipedia consensus on
No one -- which is why I object so strongly to the idea that deletion
be treated differently from other edits; or that deletion should be
as "final" because of an AFD, as if "the community" has decided that
article should be deleted. That is a farce. An AFD means that the people
happened to be looking at AFD at the time thought the article should be
deleted. Those people can and do make mistakes, which is why those
should be easily reversible.
No edit on Wikipedia, including deletion, should be regarded as final or
having a mandate from some immutable process. There is no good reason to
treat deletion differently than any other edit.
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