Two out of the four pages weren't even substubs. They were sub-sentences.
And this is four pages we're talking about, where the text was
restored within hours by the original editor, and when that happened I
did not revert it.
I'm beginning to wonder if you hold a grudge against me personally,
given the things you have said in private and public correspondence.
On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 02:32:30 -0500, Stirling Newberry
On Nov 29, 2004, at 2:14 PM, Jens Ropers wrote:
On 29 Nov 2004, at 08:46, Fallout wrote:
Well, I think that sub-substubs like "a
singer" would also be deleted
any other Wikipedia. ~~~~
Are you sure?
the other solution to a sub-stub is to expand it. People who can't
expand a sub-stub because they are not language proficient should not
be deleting them. As well what is a "sub-stub" is community defined by
editors, and therefore should be left in each community to their own
understanding of the level of activity.
In short, if you can't fix it, you shouldn't be running around deleting
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