వికీపీడియా:త్వరిత తొలగింపు

The speedy deletion policy specifies the limited cases where administrators may delete Wikipedia pages or media without discussion. Non-administrators can request speedy deletion by adding an appropriate template (see below). In this context, "speedy" refers to the simple decision-making process, not the length of time since the article was created.

This page contains the criteria for speedy deletion and a list of templates that can be used to tag a candidate for speedy deletion. These criteria are worded narrowly, so that in most cases reasonable editors will agree what does and does not meet a given criterion. Where reasonable doubt exists, discussion using another method under the deletion policy should occur instead. If a page has survived a prior deletion discussion, it may not be speedily deleted, except in the case of newly discovered copyright infringements.

Before nominating an article for speedy deletion, consider whether it could be improved or reduced to a stub; if so, speedy deletion is probably inappropriate. Contributors sometimes create articles over several edits, so try to avoid deleting a page too soon after its creation if it appears incomplete. Users nominating a page for speedy deletion should specify which criteria the page meets, and consider notifying the page's creator.

Any user who is not the creator of a page may remove a speedy tag from it. The creator may not do this; a creator who disagrees with the speedy deletion should instead add {{hangon}} to the page, and explain the rationale on the page's discussion page.



సాధారణ నియమాలు


ఈ నియమాలు అన్ని నేముస్పేసులకు వర్తిస్తాయి.

  1. పనికిమాలిన చెత్త ఏ మాత్రమూ సంబంధం లేని పనికిమాలిన చెత్త ఇది. సరిగా రాయలేకపోవడం, భాషాదోషాలు, తప్పు అనువాదాలు, తెలివి తక్కువ వాదనలు మొదలైనవి ఈ కోవలోకి రావు.
  2. ప్రయోగాత్మక పేజీలు
  3. దుశ్చర్య.
  4. తొలగించిన వ్యాస పాఠాన్ని మళ్ళీ సృష్టించడం. A copy, by any title, of a page deleted via a deletion discussion, provided the copy is substantially identical to the deleted version and that any changes in the recreated page do not address the reasons for which the material was deleted. This does not apply to content that has been moved to user space, undeleted via తొలగింపు సమీక్ష, deleted via proposed deletion, or to speedy deletions (although in that case, the previous speedy criterion, or other speedy criteria, may apply).
  5. నిషేధిత వాడుకరి. Pages created by banned users while they were banned, with no substantial edits by others.
  6. Housekeeping. Non-controversial maintenance, such as temporarily deleting a page to merge page histories, performing uncontroversial page moves, or cleaning up redirects.
  7. రచయితే తొలగించమని కోరడం, if requested in good faith, and provided the page's only substantial content was added by its author. If the author blanks the page, this can be taken as a deletion request.
  8. అసలు ఉనికిలోనే లేని వ్యాసాల చర్చాపేజీలు, except for deletion discussion that is not logged elsewhere, User Talk pages, talk pages for images on Wikimedia Commons, or talk subpages (such as archives) whose corresponding "top-level" page exists.
  9. Office actions. The Wikimedia Foundation office reserves the right to speedily delete a page temporarily in cases of exceptional circumstances. Deletions of this type should not be reversed without permission from the Foundation.
  10. Pages that serve no purpose but to disparage their subject or some other entity (e.g., "John Q. Doe is an imbecile"). These are sometimes called "attack pages". This includes a biography of a living person that is entirely negative in tone and unsourced, where there is no neutral version in the history to revert to. Administrators deleting such pages should not quote the content of the page in the deletion summary.
  11. Blatant advertising. Pages which exclusively promote some entity and which would need to be fundamentally rewritten to become encyclopedic. Note that simply having a company or product as its subject does not qualify an article for this criterion.
  12. Blatant copyright infringement. Text pages that meet all of the following:
    • The material was copied from another website or other source (but consider the possibility that the other copy was obtained from Wikipedia—see వికీపీడియా:Mirrors and forks);
    • There is no non-infringing content on either the page itself, or in the history, worth saving;
    • The material was introduced at once by a single person; and
    • There is no credible assertion of public domain, fair use, or a free license.
    Notify the page's creator when tagging a page for deletion under this criterion; the template {{nothanks-sd}} is available for this. After deleting, administrators should recreate the page from earlier noninfringing page content if available. If multiple deletion criteria apply, list them all on the deletion summary. If notified of a plausible error, the deleting administrator should restore the content and, if a confirmation e-mail has not been received, follow the వికీపీడియా:Copyright problems procedure, replacing the article with the {{copyvio}} template. Some suspected copyright infringements are listed at వికీపీడియా:Suspected copyright violations.


  1. No context. Very short articles with little or no context for their statements. Example: "He is a funny man with a red car and makes people laugh." Context is different than content, treated in A3, below.
  2. Foreign language articles that exist on another Wikimedia project. If the article does not exist on another project, use the template {{notenglish}} instead, and list the page at వికీపీడియా:Pages needing translation into English for review and possible translation.
  3. No content. Any article (other than disambiguation pages) consisting only of links, category tags and "see also" sections, rephrasing of the title, and/or chat-like comments. However, a very short article may be a valid stub if it has context.
  4. (Placeholder to preserve numbering; merged with A3.)
  5. Transwikied articles. Any article that either consists only of a dictionary definition or that has been discussed at Articles for deletion with an outcome to move it to another wiki, after it has been properly moved and the author information recorded.
  6. (Placeholder to preserve numbering; superseded by #G10.)
  7. No indication of importance/significance. An article about a real person, group of people, band, club, company, organisation, or web content that does not indicate why its subject is important or significant. This is distinct from questions of notability, verifiability and reliability of sources. If controversial, list the article at Articles for deletion instead.
  8. (Placeholder to preserve numbering; superseded by #G12.)



For any redirects that are not speedy deletion candidates, use వికీపీడియా:Redirects for discussion. In some cases it may be possible to make a useful redirect by changing the target instead of deleting it.

  1. Redirects to deleted pages and to nonexistent pages.
  2. Redirects to the Talk:, User: or User talk: namespace from the article space (this does not include the Wikipedia shortcut pseudo-namespaces). If this was the result of a page move, consider waiting a day or two before deleting the redirect.
  3. Recently created redirects from implausible typos or misnomers. However, redirects from common misspellings or misnomers are generally useful, as are redirects in other languages.

బొమ్మలు, మీడియా

  1. Redundant. Any image or other media file that is a redundant copy, in the same file format and same or lower quality/resolution, of something else on Wikipedia. This does not apply to images duplicated on Wikimedia Commons, because of licence issues; these should be tagged with {{subst:ncd|Image:newname.ext}} or {{subst:ncd}} instead.
  2. Corrupt or empty image. Before deleting this type of image, verify that the MediaWiki engine cannot read it by previewing a resized thumbnail of it. Even if it renders, if it contains superfluous information that cannot be accounted for as metadata directly relating to the image data, it may be deleted. It is always possible for the uploader to correct the problem by uploading an image that contains only a good image plus acceptable metadata.
  3. Improper license. Images licensed as "for non-commercial use only", "non-derivative use" or "used with permission" that were uploaded on or after May 19, 2005, except where they have been shown to comply with the limited standards for the use of non-free content. [1] This includes images licensed under a "Non-commercial Creative Commons License".[2] Such images uploaded before May 19, 2005 may also be speedily deleted if they are not used in any articles.
  4. Lack of licensing information. Images in category "Images with unknown source", "Images with unknown copyright status", or "Images with no copyright tag" that have been in the category for more than seven days, and which still lack the necessary information, regardless of when uploaded. Note, users sometimes specify their source in the upload summary, so be sure to check the circumstances of the image.
  5. Unused unfree images. Images and other media that are not under a free license or in the public domain, that are not used in any article, and that have been tagged with a template that places them in a dated subcategory of Category:Orphaned fairuse images for more than seven days. Reasonable exceptions may be made for images uploaded for an upcoming article. Use {{subst:orfud}} to tag images for forthcoming deletion.
  6. Missing non-free use rationale. Non-free images or media claiming fair use but without a use rationale may be deleted seven days after they are tagged. The boilerplate copyright tags setting out fair use criteria do not constitute a use rationale. Offending images can be tagged with {{subst:nrd}}, and the uploader notified with {{subst:missing rationale|Image:image name}}. Such images can be found in the dated subcategories of Category:Images with no fair use rationale. If a use rationale is provided but disputed, this criterion does not apply.
  7. Invalid fair-use claim. Non-free images or media that fail any part of the non-free content criteria and were uploaded after 13 July 2006 may be deleted forty-eight hours after notification of the uploader. For media uploaded before 13 July 2006 or tagged with the {{Replaceable fair use}} template, the uploader will be given seven days to comply with this policy after being notified. Invalid fair-use claims may be tagged with {{subst:dfu}} for review after a seven-day period, and the uploader may be notified with {{subst:no fair|Image:image name}}. Such images can be found in the dated subcategories of Category:All disputed non-free images. Non-free images or media with a clearly invalid fair-use tag (such as a {{logo}} tag on a photograph of a mascot) may be deleted at any time.
  8. Images available as bit-for-bit identical copies on the Wikimedia Commons, provided the following conditions are met:
    • The image's license and source status is beyond reasonable doubt, and the license is undoubtedly accepted at Commons.
      • All image revisions that meet the first condition have been transferred to Commons as revisions of the Commons copy and properly marked as such.
    • All information on the image description page is present on the Commons image description page, including the complete upload history with links to the uploader's local user pages.
      • If there is any information not relevant to any other project on the image description page (like {{FeaturedPicture}}), the image description page must be undeleted after the file deletion.
    • The image is not protected, and the image description page does not contain a request not to move it to Commons.
    • The image has been marked with {{NowCommons}} for at least one week. Waiting one week is not necessary if it was the uploader who moved the image and marked it.
    • If the image is available on Commons under a different name than locally, all local references to the image must be updated to point to the title used at Commons.
    • {{c-uploaded}} images may be speedily deleted as soon as they are off the Main Page.
    This also includes empty (i.e., no content) image description pages for Commons images.
  9. Blatant copyright infringement. The image was copied from a website or other source that does not have a license compatible with Wikipedia, and the uploader does not assert (other than through image tags) that it is public domain, freely licensed, fair use, or used with permission. Sources that do not have a license compatible with Wikipedia include stock photo libraries such as Getty Images or Corbis. Blatant infringements should be tagged with the {{Db-imgcopyvio}} template. Non-blatant copyright infringements should be discussed at వికీపీడియా:Images and media for deletion.


చూడండివికీపీడియా:వర్గాల తొలగించు విధానాలు#సత్వర నిబంధనలు.

సత్వర తొలగింపుకి సరిపోలని వర్గాలకు,వికీపీడియా:వర్గాల చర్చలు or వికీపీడియా:వాడుకరి వర్గాల చర్చలు వాడండి. ప్రస్తుత సాంకేతిక పరిమితులవలన, పేరు మార్పు,లేక వర్గ విలీనం, మూల వర్గాన్ని తొలగించివేస్తుంది.

  1. Empty categories that have been empty for four days. This does not apply to categories presently on deletion discussions, or to disambiguation categories.
  2. Speedy renaming.
    1. Typo fixes (e.g., Brdiges -> Bridges), but not changes between British and American spelling.
    2. Capitalization fixes (e.g., Category:Heads Of State -> Category:Heads of state).
    3. Conversions from singular to plural, or back (e.g., Steamship -> Steamships).
    4. Non-conformance with "x by y", "x of y", or "x in y" categorization conventions specified at వికీపీడియా:Naming conventions (categories).
    5. Expanding abbreviated country names (e.g. U.S. -> United States).
  3. Template categories. If a category is solely populated from a template (e.g. Category:Wikipedia cleanup from {{cleanup}}) and the template is deleted per deletion policy, the category can also be deleted without further discussion.

సభ్యుల పేజీలు


For any user pages that are not speedy deletion candidates, use వికీపీడియా:Miscellany for deletion.

  1. User request. Personal subpages, upon request by their user. In some rare cases there may be administrative need to retain the page. Also, sometimes, main user pages may be deleted as well. See వికీపీడియా:User page for full instructions and guidelines.
  2. Nonexistent user. User pages of users that do not exist. (Check Special:Listusers.)
  3. Non-free galleries. Galleries in the userspace which consist mostly of "fair use" or non-free images. Wikipedia's non-free content policy forbids the use of non-free content in userspace, even content which the user has uploaded themselves. Content in the public domain or under a free license such as the GFDL is acceptable.



For any templates that are not speedy deletion candidates, use వికీపీడియా:Templates for deletion. When nominating a template for speedy deletion, surround the speedy deletion tag with <noinclude></noinclude>, so that pages that use the nominated template do not themselves get listed as candidates for speedy deletion.

  1. Templates that are divisive and inflammatory. This applies only to pages in the Template: namespace, although outside this namespace, other criteria, such as general criterion 10, may still apply; see వికీపీడియా:Userbox migration for further discussion.
  2. Templates that are blatant misrepresentations of established policy. This includes "speedy deletion" templates for issues that are not speedy deletion criteria, and disclaimer templates intended to be used in articles.

త్వరిత తొలగింపులు అవసరం లేనివి


The following are not sufficient, by themselves, to justify speedy deletion.

  • Reasons derived from Wikipedia:What Wikipedia is not. Wikipedia is not: "a dictionary", "an indiscriminate collection of information", "a crystal ball", etc.
  • Hoaxes. If even remotely plausible, a suspected hoax article should be subjected to further scrutiny in a wider forum.
  • Original research. It is not always easy to tell whether an article consists of material that violates the policy against novel theories or interpretations or is simply uncited.
  • Neologisms. If not obviously ridiculous, new specialized terms should have a wider hearing.
  • Notability. Articles that seem to have obviously non-notable subjects are not eligible for speedy deletion unless the article does not assert the importance or significance of its subject. If the article gives a claim that might be construed as making the subject notable, it should be taken to a wider forum.
  • Failure to assert importance but not an A7 category. There is no consensus to speedily delete articles of types not specifically listed in A7 under that criterion.
  • Author deletion requests made in bad faith. Author deletion requests made in bad faith, out of frustration, or in an attempt to revoke their GFDL contributions are not granted. However, anyone may request deletion of pages in their userspace.
  • Author deletion requests after others have contributed substantially. If other editors have substantially edited an article (i.e. more than just minor corrections or maintenance tagging), the original author may not request deletion under G7 because the work of others is involved.
  • Very short articles. Short articles with sufficient content and context to qualify as stubs may not be speedily deleted under criteria A1 and A3; other criteria may still apply.
  • Copies that are not copyright violations. If content appears both here and somewhere else (possibly in modified form), consider the possibility that Wikipedia's is the original version and the other site copied from us. Alternately, the same author may have written both versions, or the original may be free content.
  • PNGs/GIFs replaced by JPEGs. JPEG encoding discards information that may be important later. Do not delete the original PNG/GIF files.
  • Questionable material that is not vandalism. Earnest efforts are never vandalism, so to assume good faith, do not delete as vandalism unless reasonably certain.

తొలగింపు మూసలు


In order to alert administrators that a page meets one of the criteria for speedy deletion, place one of the following relevant templates at the top of the page. Please be sure to supply an edit summary that mentions that the article is being nominated for speedy deletion.

Template Aliases Criteria Used for

Whenever possible, use a reason-specific template.

{{db-g1}} {{db-nonsense}} CSD G1 Patent nonsense. You can put {{subst:Db-nonsense-notice|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-g2}} {{db-test}} CSD G2 Test page. You can put {{subst:uw-creation1|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-g3}} {{db-vandalism}} CSD G3 Vandalism. You can put {{subst:uw-creation2|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-pagemove}} CSD G3 Nonsense redirects that are created from the cleanup of page move vandalism. You can put {{subst:mp2-n|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-hoax}} CSD G3 Blatant hoaxes. You can put {{subst:uw-hoax|"page name"}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-g4}} {{db-repost}} CSD G4 Copies of material that was previously deleted after an XfD discussion. Articles that were only previously speedily deleted do not fall under this category. You can put {{subst:repost-warn|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-g5}} {{db-banned|name of banned user}} CSD G5 Contributions made by a banned user while they were banned.
{{db-g6}} {{histmerge|
page to merge history from}}
CSD G6 History merge.
{{db-move|page to be moved|
reason for move}}
CSD G6 Making way for a non-controversial move. Please add the name of the page that is to be moved and the reason for the move.
{{db-copypaste|page to be moved}} CSD G6 Cleaning up copy-and-paste page moves to make way for a clean, non-controversial move. Please add the name of the page that is to be moved.
{{db-disambig}} CSD G6 Obviously unnecessary disambiguation pages.
{{db-xfd}} CSD G6 An admin has closed a deletion debate as a "delete" but not deleted the page.
CSD G6 Other non-controversial "housekeeping" tasks, such as reversing a redirect.
{{db-g7}} {{db-author}}
CSD G7 Speedy request by only editor.
{{db-blanked}} CSD G7 Page blanked by only editor.
{{db-g8}} {{db-talk}} CSD G8 Talk page of a deleted or nonexistent page.
{{db-subpage}} CSD G8 Subpage of a deleted or nonexistent page.
{{db-imagepage}} CSD G8 Image page without a corresponding image.
{{db-redirnone}} CSD G8 Redirect to non-existent page. You can put {{subst:redirnone-warn|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-templatecat}} CSD G8 Category that is populated solely by a template that has been deleted.
{{db-g10}} {{db-attack}} CSD G10 Attack page intended to disparage its subject. You can put {{subst:attack|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-g11}} {{db-spam}} CSD G11 Blatant advertising. You can put {{subst:spam-warn|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-g12|url=URL of source}} {{db-copyvio|url=URL of source}} CSD G12 Blatant copyright violation. You can put {{subst:uw-copyright|page name|url=URL of source}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-a1}} {{db-empty}}
CSD A1 Very short articles without context. Use {{subst:empty-warn|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-a2}} {{db-foreign}} CSD A2 Foreign language article duplicated on other Wikimedia project.
{{db-a3}} {{db-nocontent}}
CSD A3 No content other than external links of whatever kind, or an attempt to contact subject of article.
{{db-a5}} {{db-transwiki}} CSD A5 Transwikification completed (if article is a dictionary definition only and has been transwikied, with or without an Articles for deletion discussion).
{{db-a7}} {{db-bio}}for a person CSD A7 Article about a real person, individual animal(s), group, company, or web content that does not indicate the importance of the subject. Try to use one of the more specific templates rather than {{db-a7}}. You can put {{subst:nn-warn|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page, or, if it seems that someone has created a user page in the encyclopedia section instead of their user page, you can put {{subst:nn-userfy|page name}}-- ~~~~ on their talk page.
{{db-person}} – for people
{{db-band}} – for bands
{{db-club}} – for clubs, societies,
groups, and organizations
{{db-inc}} – for companies and corporations
{{db-web}} – for websites
{{db-animal}} – for individual animals
{{db-a9}} {{db-album}}
CSD A9 Article about a musical recording (album, single, etc.) that does not indicate the importance of the subject, and where the artist's article does not exist.
{{db-r2}} {{db-rediruser}} CSD R2 Redirect to an article talk page, image description page, image talk page, mediawiki page, mediawiki talk page, category talk page, portal talk page, template talk page, help talk, user page, or user talk. You can put {{subst:rediruser-warn|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-r3}} {{db-redirtypo}}
CSD R3 Recently created redirect that is a result of an implausible typo or misnomer. You can put {{subst:redirtypo-warn|page name}}~~~~ on the user's talk page.
{{db-f1|replacement file
replacement file name.ext}}

{{isd|replacement file name.ext}}
CSD F1 Same or better file exists on Wikipedia (see {{db-f8}} for files now on Commons).
{{db-f2}} {{db-nofile}} CSD F2 Corrupt or empty file. File page for a file on Commons without Wikipedia related or assessment information.
{{db-f3}} {{db-noncom}} CSD F3 "No commercial use" or "by permission" files uploaded after target date.
{{db-f4}} {{db-unksource}} CSD F4 Lack of licensing – Should only be used if the file has been previously tagged with {{no license}}, {{no source}}, or a similar template.
{{db-f5}} {{db-unfree}} CSD F5 Unused copyright file – Should only be used if the file has been previously tagged with {{or-cr}}, {{or-fu}}, or a similar template.
{{db-f6}} {{db-norat}} CSD F6 File with fair use tag but no fair use rationale - must have been tagged as such for seven days and uploaded after May 4, 2006.
{{db-f7}} {{db-badfairuse}} CSD F7 Bad fair use template – file tagged as fair use with a template that is patently irrelevant to the actual file, like {{game-screenshot}} on a photo of a celebrity. Please notify uploader on their talk page using {{subst:badfairuse|File:file name|tag that was on the file}}.
{{db-f8}} {{db-nowcommons}}
name of file on Commons.ext}}
CSD F8 Identical file has been moved to or is otherwise available on Commons.
{{db-f9|url=URL of source}} {{db-filecopyvio|url=URL of source}} CSD F9 Blatant copyright infringements.
{{db-f10}} {{db-badfiletype}} CSD F10 Uploaded file that is not an image, video or sound, is unused, and has no foreseeable encyclopedic use.
{{db-f11}} {{db-nopermission}} CSD F11 No evidence of permission from copyright holder to publish under license asserted by uploader – file must have been tagged with {{no permission}}, and uploader notified for seven days.
{{db-c1}} {{db-catempty}} CSD C1 Category that has been empty for at least four days.
{{db-u1}} {{db-userreq}} CSD U1 User page or subpage requested to be deleted by the user with whom it is associated.
{{db-u2}} {{db-nouser}} CSD U2 Userpages of users who do not exist.
{{db-u3}} {{db-gallery}} CSD U3 Fair use galleries in user space.
{{db-t2}} {{db-policy}} CSD T2 Templates that are blatant misrepresentations of established policy.
{{db-t3|~~~~~ |
{{db-duplicatetemplate|~~~~~ |
CSD T3 Templates that are duplicates of, hard-coded instances of, or an inferior alternative to another template.
{{db-p1}} CSD P1 Any portal that would be subject to speedy deletion as an article.
{{db-p2}} {{db-emptyportal}} CSD P2 Underpopulated portal.

If you are not sure, you can use these general templates:

{{db}} {{db-reason|reason}}
{{Speedy deletion|reason}}
Replace reason with a specific reason for speedy deletion.
Please try to write out a reason that will be comprehensible to non-Wikipedians.

నిర్వాహకులకు పద్ధతి


Make sure to specify the deletion reason in the deletion summary. Also, in some cases the article's creator should be notified.

Before deleting a page, check the page history to assess whether it would instead be possible to revert and salvage a previous version. Also:

  • The initial edit summary may have information about the source of or reason for the article.
  • The talk page may refer to previous deletion discussions, or have ongoing discussion relevant to including the article.
  • The page log may have information about previous deletions that could warrant SALTing the article or keeping it on good reason.
  • 'What links here' may show that the subject of the article is an oft-referred part of the encyclopedia, or may show other similar pages that warrant deletion. For articles that should not be re-created, incoming links in other articles should be removed.

ఇవి కూడా చూడండి