Category talk:Wikipedia administrators willing to provide copies of deleted articles
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As it is possible admins might add themselves to this category and go through a period of editing inactivity, would there be a way to arrange people in this category by date of last edit or date last logged in to Wikipedia? That way people would know how to pick people more likely to be online and be able to userfy. Sort of a neutral, automated and more current version of this type of "best admins" idea, except based purely on activeness and not on responsiveness. Ranze (talk) 20:13, 20 May 2013 (UTC)
- That would be technically challenging: it is not anything like how categories work. However, if you have popups enabled, you can hover over a username appearing in the category, hover over their contributions (under the "user" submenu) and quickly see how long it has been since they last edited. —EncMstr (talk) 21:15, 20 May 2013 (UTC)
Article marked for speedy deletion since over 2 years
I'll just like to attract your attention to the fact that apparently all of the pages (over 50) created by this user are marked for deletion or even speedy deletion for ages. Perhaps someone should look at it. He never contributed again in the past 3 years and the articles seems worthless (found it just because I clicked on giving me a random article).
Thank you for the house keeping.