User talk:A. S. Aulakh
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Page deleted, no track, no notice
Hi Jeff, I was wondering if you can help me out on this one, a page that I created from the last international speech of Jaswant Singh Khalra has been deleted from wikiquote. I dont know why as there is no notice, and no track. Can you help me figure out why??
Thanks A. S. Aulakh 20:32, 26 February 2007 (UTC)
- That article was discussed at Wikiquote:Votes for deletion/Jaswant Singh Khalra. If you're used to checking the Wikiquote:Votes for deletion history for section edits with the article title as a "track", please note that we're currently testing (and likely to permanently switch to) a more Wikipedia-like use of WQ:VFD subpages for active discussions. This means that the traces of an article's deletion discussion look a little different (i.e., something like "+Article Name" when started, and something like "closed Article Name" when finished). All the intervening posts are in the history of the discussion subpage. In most cases, you will find a deletion discussion about "Article X" at "Wikiquote:Votes for deletion/Article X".
- If you wish to recover the text so you can more easily create a new article that addresses the problems cited in the discussion, let me know. We'll have to be careful about doing this openly to avoid having the article summarily deleted as a recreation of a VfD'd article. ~ Jeff Q (talk) 20:46, 26 February 2007 (UTC)