MarkedForDeletion

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Summary: slight correction & rewrite

Changed:

< March 2004: this page is MarkedForDeletion because ...
< Editors will periodically search for that symbol (see how to, below) and do the work. Generally to be a candidate a page will be:

to

> MarkedForDeletion
> March 2004: this page is because ...
> That is - put the symbol MarkedForDeletion on the first line, by itself.
> Editors will periodically search for that symbol (see how to, below) and do the work. Generally to be a candidate for deletion, a page will be:

Changed:

< A lot of the pages which get marked were part of the initial load of pages on the system which were opinion-heavy. The encyclopedia needed content and we wrote it. It's part of the natural evolution of the encyclopedia for the fact type pages to be very gradually not only diluting them but replacing them.
< This is a CategoryCategory - that means, click on the name of the page at the top, right under the banner, to see what pages are in this category.

to

> A lot of the pages which get marked were part of the initial load of pages on the system which were silly-opinion-heavy. The encyclopedia needed content and we wrote it. It's part of the natural evolution of the encyclopedia for useful fact pages to be very gradually diluting and replacing the silly pages (e.g. !SlutsCantLove vs !SlutsCanLove.)
> This is a CategoryCategory - that means, click on the name of the page at the top, right under the banner, to see all the pages in this category.


If a page is completely irrelevant to gay life in Halifax, please put an entry on it like this:

 MarkedForDeletion
 March 2004: this page is because ...

That is - put the symbol MarkedForDeletion on the first line, by itself.

Editors will periodically search for that symbol (see how to, below) and do the work. Generally to be a candidate for deletion, a page will be:

A lot of the pages which get marked were part of the initial load of pages on the system which were silly-opinion-heavy. The encyclopedia needed content and we wrote it. It's part of the natural evolution of the encyclopedia for useful fact pages to be very gradually diluting and replacing the silly pages (e.g. SlutsCantLove vs SlutsCanLove.)

This is a CategoryCategory - that means, click on the name of the page at the top, right under the banner, to see all the pages in this category.