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# '''Content totally out of scope, needs complete rewriting''': This is the most common reason of TNT. If an article is written in such a way that it does not match at all with the project's guidelines and scopes, and to repair its damage, one needs to rewrite almost every word of it, the best solution is to blow the article up and start rewriting.
 
# '''Content totally out of scope, needs complete rewriting''': This is the most common reason of TNT. If an article is written in such a way that it does not match at all with the project's guidelines and scopes, and to repair its damage, one needs to rewrite almost every word of it, the best solution is to blow the article up and start rewriting.
 
# '''Copyright violation''': The articles which have nothing but only copyright violated content are TNT-ed.
 
# '''Copyright violation''': The articles which have nothing but only copyright violated content are TNT-ed.
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Revision as of 20:44, 9 December 2013

In Sarakraverse sometimes some articles may be so problematic that the only solution is to blow it up and start over. This is also known as TNT.

The most common reasons behind taking such an action are—

  1. Content totally out of scope, needs complete rewriting: This is the most common reason of TNT. If an article is written in such a way that it does not match at all with the project's guidelines and scopes, and to repair its damage, one needs to rewrite almost every word of it, the best solution is to blow the article up and start rewriting.
  2. Copyright violation: The articles which have nothing but only copyright violated content are TNT-ed.