Wikipedia guidelines are vague self-conflicting rules. For example, the reliable sources pages(WP:RS and WP:IRS) use a lot of ´may be´ and ´usually´. This leads to mods interpreting the so-called rules in their own way.
- Assumption of good faith is a thing of the past.
- Neutral point of view means moderator/authority's point of view
- Wikipedia:Deletion policy does not matter, all new articles will be deleted fast by some moderator/authority's choice without mentioning a reason, & non user space articles without a notice.
- attempts to request delaying deletion doesn't work
- Wikipedia's deletion template, if taken time to post, dosen't match the criteria for the article to be deleted
- Ignores all rules on a whim is a guideline for Mods
Blanked Wikipedia ArticlesEdit
Redirected Wikipedia ArticlesEdit
- Multiple Character Control