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Er...  As I recall, this category was created to preserve discussions on orphaned talk pages which were (possibly) broad enough to influence a future policy, or guideline, or precedent.  Tiny talk pages, containing no issues that will ever be followed up, can IMHO be deleted alongside their articles.    [[User:Ryan W|Ryan W]] 00:55, September 14, 2009 (UTC)
 
Er...  As I recall, this category was created to preserve discussions on orphaned talk pages which were (possibly) broad enough to influence a future policy, or guideline, or precedent.  Tiny talk pages, containing no issues that will ever be followed up, can IMHO be deleted alongside their articles.    [[User:Ryan W|Ryan W]] 00:55, September 14, 2009 (UTC)
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:I don't think there's any disagreement here. You are free to delete any useless talk pages if you ask me.
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:The only reason why I've marked numerous delete-worthy talk pages with the category myself is simply because I haven't had the energy or interest to check if they are actually worth keeping around, but at the same time hoping to make it easier for other people to simply check out this category to see if there are any orphaned talk pages that should be deleted. -- [[User:Janizdreg|Janizdreg]] 21:25, September 14, 2009 (UTC)
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For posterity, this was resolved [[Doom Wiki:Central Processing/2018#Deletion tracking?|here]] and [[Special:PermaLink/223600#Deletion tracking, followup|here]].  [[User talk:Ryan W|Ryan W]] ''([[User:Ryan W|living fossil]])'' 03:33, 14 June 2020 (CDT)

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Er...  As I recall, this category was created to preserve discussions on orphaned talk pages which were (possibly) broad enough to influence a future policy, or guideline, or precedent.  Tiny talk pages, containing no issues that will ever be followed up, can IMHO be deleted alongside their articles.    Ryan W 00:55, September 14, 2009 (UTC)

I don't think there's any disagreement here. You are free to delete any useless talk pages if you ask me.
The only reason why I've marked numerous delete-worthy talk pages with the category myself is simply because I haven't had the energy or interest to check if they are actually worth keeping around, but at the same time hoping to make it easier for other people to simply check out this category to see if there are any orphaned talk pages that should be deleted. -- Janizdreg 21:25, September 14, 2009 (UTC)

For posterity, this was resolved here and hereRyan W (living fossil) 03:33, 14 June 2020 (CDT)