An example which is an egg in my face: Re: anonymous hashes as arguments in Tk. If it is the author ask for consideration from the author who also ask for deletion, the rules stated in NodeReaper loose in the monastery should be relaxed to not include keep votes as a criteria for reaping. Anyway, reaped node are there to say but thru an indirection marking them as junk. That makes all the difference: No author can use for stalinist revisionim the feature I wish.

BTW: the problem is more difficult to solve if another person asks for consideration and the author later wants his node to be deleted...

Thanks to ichimunki for pointing me to the reaping rules.

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In reply to why a nodelet can be kept agains author wish? by stefp

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