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(:Yeah I agree. :In a way this is also why it took so many of their edits and such a long time for other people to notice and do something about the removals. :"Assume good faith" is a good guideline when it comes to edits. ~~~~)
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:In a way this is also why it took so many of their edits and such a long time for other people to notice and do something about the removals.
 
:In a way this is also why it took so many of their edits and such a long time for other people to notice and do something about the removals.
 
:"Assume good faith" is a good guideline when it comes to edits. [[User:Guaka|guaka]] ([[User talk:Guaka|talk]]) 13:03, 11 May 2021 (CEST)
 
:"Assume good faith" is a good guideline when it comes to edits. [[User:Guaka|guaka]] ([[User talk:Guaka|talk]]) 13:03, 11 May 2021 (CEST)
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== Deleting empty articles? ==
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Would you delete articles such as [[Chop|this one]]? I'm slightly undecided, they might be slightly more inspiring to add info to than just a red-link, but on the other side they do exactly what user Dxc wanted to avoid originally, which is to waste time... Opinions?--[[User:Zenit|Zenit]] ([[User talk:Zenit|talk]]) 14:03, 11 May 2021 (CEST)

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I just want to say that I went thru one of the chunks of edits and while its true that the user DxC deleted alot of useful and nice-to-read material (in my humble opinion) I have to add that on the vast majority of the edits the changes where pretty positive, it is clear that the user has read most of whats written since sometimes the corrections are minimal thru a big text. I say all this so as to take this action to restore the nice things that got deleted but dont give the user such a hard time since it seems to me that most of the work is good work.--Warlo (talk) 12:16, 11 May 2021 (CEST)

Yeah I agree.
In a way this is also why it took so many of their edits and such a long time for other people to notice and do something about the removals.
"Assume good faith" is a good guideline when it comes to edits. guaka (talk) 13:03, 11 May 2021 (CEST)

Deleting empty articles?

Would you delete articles such as this one? I'm slightly undecided, they might be slightly more inspiring to add info to than just a red-link, but on the other side they do exactly what user Dxc wanted to avoid originally, which is to waste time... Opinions?--Zenit (talk) 14:03, 11 May 2021 (CEST)