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And those kinds of changes are made after consensus *first* (Same with adding performers). Undoing is not based on denial, but lack of agreement. That's how communities work.
 
And those kinds of changes are made after consensus *first* (Same with adding performers). Undoing is not based on denial, but lack of agreement. That's how communities work.
   
Checking, you're referring to edits made in July without discussion (no consensus really was reached on this thread) or an edit summary from you (not even a "see discussion" or something). Any admin would undo that kind of change.
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Checking, you're referring to edits made in July without discussion (no consensus really was reached on this thread, and I think most of us admins just plain didn't see it) or an edit summary from you (not even a "see discussion" or something). Any admin would undo that kind of change.

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I don't think it's wise or really good Wiki behavior to accuse admins of "denial issues."

And those kinds of changes are made after consensus *first* (Same with adding performers). Undoing is not based on denial, but lack of agreement. That's how communities work.

Checking, you're referring to edits made in July without discussion (no consensus really was reached on this thread, and I think most of us admins just plain didn't see it) or an edit summary from you (not even a "see discussion" or something). Any admin would undo that kind of change.

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