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EVEWiki:Criteria for deletion

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This page is an official policy on EVE Wiki.

It has wide acceptance among editors and is considered a standard that all users should follow.

A page can be deleted immediately without any delay or discussion if:

  • The page is a redirect left over from a move or merge, and all links have been changed to the new page.
  • The page is and always has been blank or spam.

A page should be marked for deletion if:

  • The page improperly named and a properly named article exists ("Aldari Frigate" versus "Caldari Frigate")
  • A page was merged or moved and no longer contains information
  • The page is about obsolete game mechanics
  • The page is about a strategy that is obsolete and no longer viable

A page should NOT be marked for deletion if:

  • The page's content is unique or useful
  • Anything needs to be done to the page before it's ready for deletion.
  • The page concerns an event, whether it is a recurring event like Amaar Championship, or a one-time event like the Capsuleer Tournament.
  • The page concerns an item which still exists in the game but cannot be newly obtained in the game (Imperial Issue ships).
  • The page is in a grey area with regards to official deletion policy (bring the issue to the discussion page instead).

It is important to note that this is not Wikipedia. We do not delete because an article is far below standards as long as continuing effort is being put into that article. If there are obvious problems with an article, make a note of it, or do the work yourself, but don't use the delete tag to advertise the issue.

To use the deletion template, add one of these two entries to the top of the article that you wish to be reviewed for deletion:

  • Articles: {{delete|<insert reason and sign here>}}
  • Talk pages: {{delete talk|<insert reason here>}}

Do not use the delete template as a way to communicate desired changes for an article; that's what the article's talk page is for. For instance, please don't use {{delete|merge with [[somepage]]}}, as that clutters up the Category:Candidates for deletion with pages that aren't actually ready to be deleted.

Sysops will delete articles marked for deletion a few days after the tag is added to the page, assuming no dissent in the talk page. Contested deletes must reach a consensus for deletion before a sysop will delete the article; they will delete a few days after the last meaningful comment posted after the consensus is reached. As a matter of tact, sysops generally avoid deleting articles they themselves mark as candidates for deletion.

To see which articles contain the deletion template, see Category:Candidates for deletion.

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