Please don't add links to this site, as it only produces a blank page (at least sometimes). I wrote to the administrator to ask what's wrong, still waiting for an answer... - Erik Baas 03:45, 1 July 2009 (PDT)
Deletion of an obsolete Brussels 2009 sub file
I requested to delete Brussels 2009 Planning Art Mobilization. There are no links to it. Unlike such page for 2007, it only contains links to the image file of the 2009 poster and to its twin on another server. I pasted the latter url into the image file, so the wiki does not lose any information. I'm getting anxious to see perhaps a Brussels 2010 Planning Art Mobilization, or just that I'd like to show in the Brussels page. Kind regards,
SomeHuman 2010-02-28 22:12 (GMT)
Please, don't move!
In May 2008, by using the 'Move' tab on top of the page, you moved 'Brussels' to 'Brussels 2008' and a few minutes later the other way around. Also the discussion page 'Talk:Brussels' was moved to 'Talk:Brussels 2008'. Each move automatically makes the old place a redirect to the new one. I don't know what might have happened, but the move of the Talk was never undone. Until now, all attempts to discuss 'Brussels' are sent into 'Talk:Brussels 2008'. I requested an administrator to repair this: It is complicated, and you or I do not have the necessary tools. [Update 2010-03-02 23:32 - The admin took care of that part.]
In or before June 2007, it was even worse. I don't know who, but someone did some bad moving. It caused the edit History of the article 'Brussels' not to show edits before 10 June 2007. Older versions are probably unrecoverable. And that is unacceptable for a wiki.
Please, never move an article that is supposed to be used again, like Brussels. There are better ways to make room for the 'next ride' (see the link to the administrator).
SomeHuman 2010-03-01 19:38