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--- Comment #6 from Coffee <> 2010-03-10 02:31:53 UTC ---
I disagree. The last thing I'm worried about is log link breakage, hell if
that's our biggest problem, then we need to enable this now.

The way the current deletion system works is not in anyway remotely helpful.
Take the Child Pornography article for example. Right now there are 349 deleted
revisions on that page, if someone else drops by and decides to leave behind
something that should be deleted on sight, you have to delete the whole page...
and then search for each and every edit that you had deleted previously. This
is a problem, this is the *real* problem.

To another of your points: You continue to cite the amount of admins on enwiki
as "2,000"... that is far from accurate. Not only is the current amount of
admins with accounts... nearly 300 less than that. The amount of actual active
admins is only 824. I highly doubt that it would be that much of a catastrophe
if a few log links get broken in the rare occasion of an undelete after a

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