Talk:Triple penetration

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Closed deletion listing[edit]

This article was listed for deletion on 11 April, 2005. The discussion was closed with the result of no consensus. This article will not be deleted. You can view the discussion, which is no longer live: Wikipedia:Votes_for_deletion/Triple Penetration. --Tony Sidaway|Talk 21:34, 24 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Specifically, five votes to redirect, two to keep, and one to delete (plus the nominimation). I'd in fact construe that as a pretty decent 7/9 consensus to redirect, if we infer that deletionists would rather redirect than simply keep. I'd at any rate propose to do just that, unless there are strong objections... Alai 05:42, 1 May 2005 (UTC)Reply[reply]

  • When I close a VfD I count all proposals separately (I think it's fairest) but of course after it's closed it's always possible to do merges and redirects, and sometimes I even do that myself if I feel like being bold. So go ahead. Only two voted to keep. --Tony Sidaway|Talk 07:02, 1 May 2005 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Thought as much, must not be up to Full Operating Boldness myself, right now. Certainly a preferable policy to "the vote was close enough, so I'll do what I wanted to anyway". Thanks, and done. Alai 07:15, 1 May 2005 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Good. I think it's the best way. I close the VfD as "no consensus" but then sometimes I make an edit of my own labelled "being bold" so that it's clearly distinct from the VfD closure. I prefer to leave this up to other editors who are closer to the subject, though. --Tony Sidaway|Talk 13:21, 1 May 2005 (UTC)Reply[reply]