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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.  
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{{Policy}} <br> [[Image:Deletion icon.svg.png|right|100px|Deletion icon.svg.png]] 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.  
  
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.
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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.  
  
 
=== See also  ===
 
=== See also  ===

Revision as of 19:35, 9 April 2014

Green check.png This page explains a policy, a widely accepted standard that all contributors should normally follow.

Please visit the talk 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