On 01/10/06, Steve Summit <scs(a)eskimo.com> wrote:
Phil Sandifer wrote:
>On Oct 1, 2006, at 4:50 AM, Guy Chapman aka JzG wrote:
>> I hear you. Perhaps that long discussed
speedy criterion for
>> "advertisements masquerading as articles" should be introduced.
> Oh God, please no.
> You have no idea what that would become in the hands of some of our
Is there anything we can do about *that* problem? If
at least document our norms for fear of the documentation being
misused, that sounds like a precarious situation.
Write guidelines as guidelines, go out of your way to avoid didactic
language? This was an important stylistic consideration in the
proposed rewrite of [[Wikipedia:Blocking policy]].
"Convention as at [date] includes ..." might be worth a try.