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Withdrawn. The support votes on the first section and it's activity makes me think that this is not suitable for an RfC. Fungster(contribs - email - CA) 08:29, 1 July 2019 (UTC)
I propose a big change about the content policy. One things is, the policy not not that strict, and therefore some wikis have been either deleted or have been marked private (see proof here). This shows that the Content Policy is incomplete in managing wikis. Fungster(contribs - email - CA) 08:19, 29 June 2019 (UTC)
Oppose If this is removed, Miraheze can not legally host any content not licensed under public domain or CC, which will exclude certain wikis, non-free images, and private/organisations and university content (of which the latter 2 have been our largest donators and contributors to the growth of Miraheze). John (talk) 10:02, 29 June 2019 (UTC)
Make the first section about not allowing ad wikis to be hosted on Miraheze more restrictive such as "Wikis used for advertising will be deleted as soon as they are discovered, and using a third party advertising network is solely prohibited on Miraheze."
Wikis that are found to be violating the Content Policy should have a Steward contact the lead wiki bureaucrat to discuss improvements to the wiki. If the lead crat does not adhere to the Steward's guideline then the wiki should be deleted within 7 days.
If the wiki bureaucrat states that the offending wiki is not against the Content Policy, but the wiki itself is deleted, Sysadmins may hold a discussion or a vote where all community members of that deleted wiki will make and state their opinions.
Oppose I find a flaw in the logic, if the wiki doesn't believe it's violating the policy, why should sysadmins hold a vote with the wiki to clarify if they're breaking the policy they've already said they're not? John (talk) 10:02, 29 June 2019 (UTC)
I think that the Content Policy is outdated following the closure of Horrid Reception Wikis Wiki. That means that the Content Policy needs to be more strict and stately. Fungster(contribs - email - CA) 08:19, 29 June 2019 (UTC)
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