On 5/3/06, Steve Bennett <stevage(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Why do we delete "horrible" articles if they
don't shape up "really
soon"? What's soon? Why don't we want horrible articles hanging around
for 2 years? Are "horrible" articles better or worse than stubs on the
They can often be worse
By the way,
[[LUG]]s generally aren't attached to streets, they're
usually attached to entire metropolitan areas. In fact, I suspect a
well-written article on the [[Suncoast Linux Users Group]], for
example, would survive a VFD vote today.
I'm sad to hear that well-writtenness is a criteria in AfDs. If it's
not well-written someone should just fix it.
Looks like anyone who might be that someone has enough work on their