Quiddity <> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
             Status|UNCONFIRMED                 |NEW
            Summary|Non-admins are able to see  |Non-admins are able to see
                   |the title and edit summary  |the title and edit summary
                   |of deleted topics in Flow   |of posts that are within
                   |                            |deleted topics in Flow
     Ever confirmed|0                           |1

--- Comment #2 from Quiddity <> ---
(In reply to Maryana Pinchuk from comment #1)
> This behavior in Flow is modeled on how regular Mediawiki page deletion
> works now. See this screenshot of English Wikipedia's recent changes:
> The last entry is a page deletion action, and you
> can see the title of the page even as a logged out user – so if the title
> were spam, you'd be seeing spam in recent changes/contributions as a
> non-admin.

Not quite. In your screenshot, we can't see who edited the page that was
deleted, nor any of their edit summaries.

Longer explanation:
In regular MediaWiki page deletions, the individual page edits are removed from
public view, and only the final page-deletion action is visible to all.

eg. - Here, #1) User:Derklion makes 2 edits to a
page, then in #2) User:Quiddity deletes that page, which removes Derklion's
contributions entirely from public view (both RC and Contribs), and places them
into the "Deleted user contributions" feed. 

See for #1) Derklion edits #2) Quiddity deletes
the page which hides those edits #3) those 2 edits are now only visible in
"deleted user contributions".

(Hopefully that's explained clearly. And our apologies for the imgur links, to
those that hate them ;)

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