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--- Comment #2 from Happy-melon <> 2010-02-28 22:13:48 UTC 
On enwiki at least, oversighters (that term to describe the group is not going
to go away) have adopted the practice of using the terms "oversight" to the
process as a whole, "suppress" to refer to hiding material from administrators
as well as regular users, and "redact" when hiding only from users.  In
particular, the distinction between "redact" and "suppress" helps us keep the
two activities separate; "redaction" is also kept distinct from "deletion",
referring as it does to hiding individual revisions rather than the whole page.

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