I would prefer that you not use this page to complain about, argue against, etc., my edits. You can of course thank me for them here if you want! But per WP:TALK, any discussion (argument, debate, dispute, whatever) over article content belongs on that article's talk page, not here. That way, other interested editors can see the discussion and participate. (Who knows? Consensus might go against me! But if nobody else sees the discussion, that can't happen.) Thank you for understanding.
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I wanted to bring back the Development of Windows (Version) pages! — Preceding unsigned comment added by WikiParc (talk • contribs) 12:29, 29 March 2015 (UTC)
Yes. You're trying to revert changes that were done almost a year ago. If you want to do that, please open discussions at the respective articles' talk pages. I doubt you'll get consensus, but you can try it. You certainly do not have consensus for such a change now.
Note that the "Development of..." pages that were deleted were largely unsourced, non-encyclopedic content. After that was deleted, the remainder was easily small enough to fit in the parent article. That situation has not changed.
Please do not discuss this question further here; discussions of article content belong on that article's talk page, not on any user's talk page where no one else is likely to see it. Jeh (talk) 15:37, 29 March 2015 (UTC)