article redirection/deletion vs. keep
- reverted to keep the article (had been changed to a redirect). Removed wikipedia-specific information but retained lost-specific information.
- Stub reflects the need to add lost-specific information such as Lost locations owned by Disney on the US mainland-- for example several photographs (such as Jack's shirt) are pictured from Disney-owned studios, and information and addresses of these would be relevant for Lostpedia.
- I respect xsg's opinion to remove wikipedia-derived content, but graciously request that discussion and editing be allowed before deleting articles (or deleting by redirecting to wikipedia). If the majority of editors and/or sysops vote for deletion, that will be wholly acceptable. Thank you for your understanding. 17:36, 30 May 2006 (PDT)
I can agree with that. I really like the way these pages work, now; I wouldn't want to have them deleted. If I'd noticed that there was LOST-specific content on these pages, I wouldn't have done the deletion/redirect in the first place. You have my sincere apologies. —XSG 22:15, 30 May 2006 (PDT)