Whoever deleted the Founding Jedi page should apologize to me and my fellow users who worked hard on it. No more deletions, it's messing up my edit count! Jediknight19bby 19:58, 15 June 2007 (UTC)
- whoever added fanon should apoligize to me and my fellow users who work hard on this encyclopedia. No more fanon, it's messing up our wiki. AdmirableAckbar 20:25, 15 June 2007 (UTC)
- When an admin deletes an article, they usually have pretty good reason, and in this case, QuentinGeorge certainly did: the article had no sources. If there's no source, we have no way of knowing if the information is completely valid or if it is totally made up. Such articles are deleted all the time; don't take it personally. Next time, find a source first and then write the article from that. -- Ozzel 20:33, 15 June 2007 (UTC)
- Invalid comment:
- First off, your edit count is not a valid reason to complain. If you are that worried about your edit count, it should be significantly higher than the 100-200 range, and you shouldn't notice that a single page deletion wiped out a large percentage of your edits.
- Secondly, if you want to know who deleted a page, simply go to the log and type in the page name you were looking for. The log for Founding Jedi shows that QuentinGeorge deleted it, and his reason. If you don't think that's a valid reason, bring it up with him first on his talk page, then the Administators' Noticeboard if that is not satisfactory, and their reasoning should be fully explained. Wildyoda 21:09, 15 June 2007 (UTC)
- It had no sources, no appearances, no real content and was of no worth. Worry about quality articles, not your edit count please. QuentinGeorge 23:27, 16 June 2007 (UTC)
- If your edit count is more important to you than creating quality articles (which it shouldn't be, but not much I can do about it if it is), there are still productive Things to do that can help you get the count up AND benefit Wookieepedia. jSarek 01:46, 17 June 2007 (UTC)