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I've been directed to this page, but can't see where to write my comment, so I can only try here. I amended the page for the year 476 to change the name of the last Roman Emperor from 'Romulus Augustus' to 'Romulus Augustulus', but you immediately reversed this change, saying that it wasn't constructive. However, since the target page linked to the amendment was in the latter name I feel that my amendment was simply a tidy-up operation. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 11:36, 11 March 2015 (UTC)
Est omnino difficile iudicare inclusionis meritum cuiusdam rei in encyclopædia cum ratio sciendi quid populi referat incerta sit, sed nihilominus aliquid encyclopædiam dedecet
It is generally difficult to judge the worthiness of a particular topic for inclusion in an encyclopedia considering that there is no certain way to know what interests people, but some topics nevertheless are not fit for an encyclopedia.
This motto reflects the desire of these Wikipedians to be reluctant, but not entirely unwilling, to remove articles from Wikipedia.