FamilySearch Wiki:Deletion Process

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{{Policy}} <br> [[Image:Deletion icon.svg.png|right|100px]] Controversial article/pages can be proposed or flagged for deletion using either the '''{{tl|Delete}}''' or '''{{tl|DeleteASAP}}''' templates. Once proposed, if not contested within 5 days, an administrator may delete them.  
Controversial article/pages can be proposed or flagged for deletion using either the {{tl|Delete}} or {{tl| DeleteASAP}} templates. Once proposed, if not contested within 5 days, an administrator may delete them.
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== See also ==
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To permanently delete articles or pages ultimately requires an administrator/sysop and follows a consensus process. Obscene or provocative pages will be deleted immediately. Those labeled or flagged as controversial may take longer to reach a consensus.
* [[Moderating the deletion of pages]]
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* [[FamilySearch Wiki:Attack pages]]
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*[[FamilySearch Wiki:Deletion guidelines for administrators]]  
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*[[FamilySearch Wiki:Attack pages]]
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{{Policies and guidelines}}
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[[Category:Deletion_process|{{PAGENAME}}]]

Revision as of 02:40, 7 March 2012

Green check.png This page explains a policy, a widely accepted standard that all contributors should normally follow. Changes made to it should reflect consensus.

Please visit the discussion page to add comments or suggestions for further development of the policy.

Deletion icon.svg.png
Controversial article/pages can be proposed or flagged for deletion using either the {{Delete}} or {{DeleteASAP}} templates. Once proposed, if not contested within 5 days, an administrator may delete them.

To permanently delete articles or pages ultimately requires an administrator/sysop and follows a consensus process. Obscene or provocative pages will be deleted immediately. Those labeled or flagged as controversial may take longer to reach a consensus.

See also