On 10/27/05, Bryan Derksen <bryan.derksen(a)shaw.ca> wrote:
Can we disregard ComCat's nominations in the same
No becuase they don't appear to violate WP:POINT.
is that the number of clicks isn't relevant to the amount of effort the
nomination itself reflects. If I'd cast my votes using an elabourate
system of voice-to-speech hex editing via a telnet session, or whatever,
that doesn't make what I wrote any more or less valid.
However it would show that you cared rather a lot (unless you had a
less complex method of accessing the net in which case it shows you
"NN, D" provides no information on which to
make a case. And if
Wikipedia's sluggishness is irrelevant, once an edit window is open
there isn't any further communication with the webserver until "save
changes" is clicked. There's plenty of time to type up a justification
for one's vote. If there isn't time for other reasons, then why not wait
until there _is_ time? There isn't a deadline.
Doing anything when Wikipedia is sluggish shows you care. You know if
you want to encorage debate on AFD how about debateing. Go through and
comment rather than voteing. Decide that for a time peroid (say a
month) you are not going to vote only comment. Encourage others to the