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IMVU[edit]

Hi!

Someone added some moderately defamatory material to the page. Normal practice is to remove such stuff, meaning that it's no longer visible. However, this still leaves it accessible through the history, and this can be problematic. What we usually do is leave it there, and if there's a significant reason to, we "partially delete" the page.

What this consists of is taking individual "revisions" of the article, and deleting them. The rest of the article is intact, with a couple of odd jumps in the history, but you can no longer access the dubious material without having administrative privileges - in fact, I'm not even sure you can see the time-stamps of the deleted edits! This means that it's no longer published, and can't be accessed at all. We usually do this if someone's posted personal contact details, or Really Nasty Libel, or that sort of thing.

We also do it on request - if someone writes to us and says "there's nasty claims about me in the article, can you do something?", we go in and see what the situation is. If it's a simple matter of reverted vandalism or personal attacks, there's no reason not to nuke it.

Which is, pretty much, what happened here. Someone wrote to the Wikipedia enquiries address, which I help deal with, saying that there were attacks on them added to the page. I deleted those revisions. However, because people had edited the page after the material was added but before it was removed, I had to delete a couple of "innocent" edits as well, to remove the offending sentences. I checked the content of those, though, and all they seemed to consist of was people playing around with the external links section... and that seemed pretty prone to people just randomly replacing each other's sites anyway, so I didn't worry about it too much.

Hope that explains things! Let me know if it's unclear... Shimgray | talk | 23:47, 27 March 2006 (UTC)

Absolute color space[edit]

Please see my (very late) reply on my talk page. --Gutza T T+ 18:36, 27 August 2006 (UTC)

SEER[edit]

Just thought I'd suggest paying closer attention to what you add to disambig pages ;) You added SEER when it was already on the list (admittedly tho, it was written out in longhand instead of the acronym so you probably didnt notice it) I left your post as it was more relevant, saying SEER on a disambig page about seer's =P Jihiro 13:46, 22 September 2006 (UTC)

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Redirect of IMVU Inc[edit]

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IMVU[edit]

Hi,

That was a very polite request, so I'll happily make a compromise with you: I'll restore the article to your userspace at User:TJJFV/IMVU, and give you two weeks to clean it up. At the end of that time, if you've made changes that I think satisfy the guidelines, I'll reverse my deletion, and move the article back to the mainspace. If you need help, or specific recommendations along the way, just let me know. Best wishes, Xoloz 19:49, 1 September 2007 (UTC)

Sorry I was a little slow on that; ten things can happen at once around here! :) I think my colleague at DRV did the right thing, and I have no further objections, although -- as I'm sure you understand -- if is always possible someone else might in the future. One of the advantages (and challenges) of wiki-life is that this place is never static, with new editors offering new insight into old content all the time! Best wishes, Xoloz 16:10, 2 September 2007 (UTC)

Your request to restore LogMeIn to user space[edit]

Hello. I have restored this content once already, at User:DanielRigal/LogMeIn. Feel free to edit that version. Sandstein 05:17, 19 September 2007 (UTC)

Goretex (rapper)[edit]

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Proposed deletion of IMVU[edit]

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Refs ( re: Clonazepam, [1] )[edit]

On Wikipedia we tend to cite the review not the primary source per WP:MEDRS Best Doc James (talk · contribs · email) 23:23, 2 September 2015 (UTC)

@Doc James: I reviewed the page you linked to, and acknowledge that my removal of that reference is counter to that. Since that review is titled "Benzodiazepines in the treatment of epilepsy", and its statement "Dependence develops in almost one-third of patients who are treated with BZDs for >=4 weeks." is on the 11th page, only referencing "Marriott, S.; Tyrer, P. (1993). "Benzodiazepine dependence. Avoidance and withdrawal.". Drug Saf 9 (2): 93–103.", could there be benefit by including that direct reference in addition to referencing the generally preferred review source? Thanks — TJJFV (talk) 15:20, 3 September 2015 (UTC)

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