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On Wed, 2011-05-04 at 07:31 -0400, James Walker wrote:
I have been away for awhile,  life sometimes get in the way of what you have

I spent several hours working on links and setting up pages for the US
Marketing team,  I come back to add some more information to the pages (now
that my real job has slowed down enough to let me) only to find that the
pages I had started and set up to receive the information I was gathering
has been deleted.  It says cause the pages were blank and contained empty
links.  I know some did, but some did have links to the information we were

Does anyone know how to get that back, or do I have to start over again, and
spend several more hours?

huh - well, you should have a link on your personal page for all your
contributions (pages and uploads) if I understand correctly, and I may
not, even deleted can mean only not visible, vs hard delete. Did you try
by looking at this log-view list. 

Actually that log view is available to anyone, for anyone on a wiki

looking at that now - it seems there are quite a few pages - maybe they
only where moved.

Just a note, if you think something is on the wiki that does not belong, or
question why it is there, at least email the person that created the pages
to find out why they started the pages to begin with.


Best wishes,


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