Wikipedia:Persons known for one higher profile event
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Whereas, there is a policy BLP1E.
Whereas, there is a guideline requiring RS and N and a policy WP:INDISCRIMINATE (WP:NOT#NEWS).
Whereas, there are a lot of people known for one event that gets a lot of coverage at nearly the same time.
Whereas, there are many AFD of a lot of people known for one event that gets a lot of coverage at nearly the same time.
Thus, we proclaim an attempt to reduce drama and solve this dilemma.
Proposals (choose which one is to remain and which is to be reverted away):
Thus, the BLP1E policy takes precedent. Thus the inclusion of the event will be if it is notable. The person may have a separate article if there are multiple events or if the event is extremely notable, as in the case of John Hinckley.
Thus, the RS and N guidelines takes precedent.
Thus, this correction can be done immediately including by speedy deletion or keep.
This page really needs to be written instead of being disjointed.
If this page is cancelled eventually, consider redirecting it to BLP1E but do it only after suitable discussion.