- deletion + -ist (Wiktionary)
“Of course, the fact that someone sought to delete Bryan in no way makes him particularly notable, as there are several "deletionist" wikipedians who spend considerable time scouring wikipedia for non-notable or unencyclopedic articles and nominating them for deletion AfD.”
“Some of the responses were humorous, such as when I was called a "deletionist", of all things.”
“But now it's run by a dead-ender Debbie Downer "deletionist" nerd army ...”
“Outside the context of BLPs, I am probably as strong an “inclusionist” the opposite is “deletionist” as can be found in the administrator corps.”
“Thanks, Ramanand, and I'm an 'inclusionist' not a 'deletionist'!”
“I do think those removing him earlier should have considered doing this kind of 'constructive' change rather than the 'deletionist' kind.”
“I would not be at all surprised to learn, for instance, that there may have always been something of a "inclusionist" vs. "deletionist" debate going on at Encyclopaedia Britannica, but we simply do not know about it because all we see is the final, printed product.”
“Feel free to ping me when a draft is ready; I'm neither a deletionist nor an inclusionist and would be glad to give things a second look.”
“Recent media coverage has highlighted the "inclusionist/deletionist" wars of 2005, including enquiries from Endemol looking for a "passionate deletionist" to join”
“Since you’ve brought up the “inclusionist” vs. “deletionist” distinction, I’d like to say that as a mathematician I’m very worried about what will happen when the deletionists get to the math pages.”
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