|This template may meet Wikipedia's criteria for speedy deletion as a page in userspace consisting of writings, information, discussions, and/or activities not closely related to Wikipedia's goals, where the owner has made few or no edits outside of userspace. Note that plausible drafts and pages adhering to WP:UPYES are not eligible under this criterion. See CSD U5.
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|Speedy deletion templates|
This template is used to tag pages for speedy deletion under the speedy deletion criteria, specifically CSD U5. There is a separate template for each criterion – see the table to the right.
This template places the page into the categories: Candidates for speedy deletion, and Candidates for speedy deletion as blatant NOTWEBHOST violations.
When to use
Use this when the page should not exist anywhere on Wikipedia under any circumstances (e.g., someone drafting an online petition with no connection to Wikipedia, or kids posting their home addresses).
Do not use this just because you heard the false rumor that editors can't use their main user pages as sandboxes, or because you thought there was a rule banning editors from writing about themselves on their userpages. These uses are permitted (as long as it's not 'excessive').
How to use
The template should be placed at the top of the page to be deleted.
- This is the most basic form of the template.
- Bot accounts will specify the
|bot=parameter to notify the reviewing admin that the page was tagged by an automated process.