I knew what the articles said just as much as you did.
A page that says "_______ is a brother of [[________]]" and have the
other article just link back, in addition to using incorrect
orthography, is not even on the level of a stub, as is the case with
an article simply saying "a singer".
On Sun, 28 Nov 2004 10:12:07 EST, daniwo59(a)aol.com <daniwo59(a)aol.com> wrote:
I am very sad that I have to report this, but Node is
deleting stub articles
in the Yiddish wikipedia. This happens to be a language that I can read, so I
know what the text says. Yes, they are stubbish, but they are the beginnings
of articles, and at least there is some activity. I do not know why Node has
decided to delete those articles, as there is no explanation. It doesnt matter
if it is a stub about Reb Elimelech of Lizensk or Brittaney Spears (both of
which he deleted by the way).
To Node, I am asking you to stop dealing with languages you do not know. Let
the smaller language Wikipedias grow naturally, without interference from
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