[ic] Interchange Wikipedia article deleted
Gert van der Spoel
gert at 3edge.com
Tue Dec 18 21:15:03 UTC 2012
> > I know there are people here who can help, and I do think it's worth the
> > small amount of time it takes to figure out how to post in support.
> I'm not familiar with Wikipedia's deletion guidelines. What kinds of
> arguments do they consider valid? To me it's absurd to delete the page at
> all. It's easy to see the project's been around a while and has a serious
> userbase, just based on the mailing list, domain registration, and the
> hall of fame showing active sites. But apparently they don't care about
> all that.
> Interchange has not gotten much press since 2003 or so. If they're going
> to reject any argument that doesn't point to published articles since
> then, what are our other lines of reasoning they'll consider?
And if it is not for notability, perhaps it will work with notoriety? ;)
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