"wiki pedista" <wikipedista(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
I deleted the "September 11, 2201 Terrorist
Attack/World economic effects" page.
It had an history of one line, "script conversion",
and its content was "This page doesn't exist anymore"
or something like that (you can see the log).
Why can that be needed? Even if we want the article,
a link with a ? is more useful than that "article".
Should I have waited for a vote on "that"?
Yes. Or something, because it caused unecessary consternation (in me)
since I didn't know why the page was deleted. This page's history should
be restored (go Brion Vibber!) so we can find out what happened to the
article. It's definitely a worthy topic, in any case...
Thanks for the explanation. There should be a better mechanism for
explaining why a page like that is deleted.