On 2/11/06, SJ <2.718281828(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Mistakes happen via AFD all the time; results should not be immutable;
and the system is very far from perfect. That said, it is better than
a random process
I agree. I don't think anyone is suggesting that we should do deletion
There is no good reason to treat deletion differently
than any other edit.
Any process which involves dozens of people over the course of a week
should naturally be treated differently, and reversed more slowly,
than a single edit by a single user. This applies equally to AfD
results and to FPC/FAC selections.
I'm sorry, I think you misunderstand me. I mean that deletion itself should
be done like any other edit, and not through any process like AFD. Since
this PROD deletion system is closer to the simplicity that I consider ideal,
I endorse it. But I think it could be improved even further.