Contents 1 Introduction to criteria 1.1 Pages that have survived deletion discussions 2 List of criteria 2.1 General 2.1.1 G1. Patent nonsense 2.1.2 G2. Test pages 2.1.3 G3. Pure vandalism and blatant hoaxes 2.1.4 G4. Recreation of a page that was deleted per a deletion discussion 2.1.5 G5. Creations by banned or blocked users 2.1.6 G6. Technical deletions 2.1.7 G7. Author requests deletion 2.1.8 G8. Pages dependent on a non-existent or deleted page 2.1.9 G9. Office actions 2.1.10 G10. Pages that disparage, threaten, intimidate, or harass their subject or some other entity, and serve no other purpose 2.1.11 G11. Unambiguous advertising or promotion 2.1.12 G12. Unambiguous copyright infringement 2.1.13 G13. Abandoned Drafts and Articles for creation submissions 2.2 Articles 2.2.1 A1. No context 2.2.2 A2. Foreign language articles that exist on another Wikimedia project 2.2.3 A3. No content 2.2.4 A5. Transwikied articles 2.2.5 A7. No indication of importance (people, animals, organizations, web content, events) 2.2.6 A9. No indication of importance (musical recordings) 2.2.7 A10. Recently created article that duplicates an existing topic 2.2.8 A11. Obviously invented 2.3 Redirects 2.3.1 R2. Cross-namespace redirects 2.3.2 R3. Implausible typos 2.4 Files 2.4.1 F1. Redundant 2.4.2 F2. Corrupt, missing or empty file 2.4.3 F3. Improper license 2.4.4 F4. Lack of licensing information 2.4.5 F5. Orphaned non-free use images 2.4.6 F6. Missing non-free use rationale 2.4.7 F7. Invalid fair-use claim 2.4.8 F8. Images available as identical copies on Wikimedia Commons 2.4.9 F9. Unambiguous copyright infringement 2.4.10 F10. Useless non-media files 2.4.11 F11. No evidence of permission 2.5 Categories 2.5.1 C1. Unpopulated categories 2.5.2 C2. Speedy renaming and merging 2.6 User pages 2.6.1 U1. User request 2.6.2 U2. Nonexistent user 2.6.3 U3. Non-free galleries 2.6.4 U5. Blatant misuse of Wikipedia as a web host 2.7 Templates 2.7.1 T2. Misrepresentation of policy 2.7.2 T3. Duplication and hardcoded instances 2.8 Portals 2.8.1 P1. Any portal that would be subject to speedy deletion as an article 2.8.2 P2. Underpopulated portal 2.9 Exceptional circumstances 2.9.1 X1. Redirects created by Neelix 2.9.2 X2. Pages created by the content translation tool 3 Non-criteria 3.1 Commonly denied CSD reasons 3.2 A7 scope 4 Procedure for administrators 5 Obsolete criteria 6 See also 7 Footnotes

Introduction to criteria Abbreviations (G12, A3...) are often used to refer to these criteria, and are given in each section. For example, "CSD G12" refers to criterion 12 under general (copyright infringement) and "CSD U1" refers to criterion 1 under user (user request). These abbreviations can be confusing to new editors or anyone else unfamiliar with this page; in many situations a plain-English explanation of why a specific page was deleted is preferable. Immediately following each criterion below is a list of templates used to mark pages or media files for speedy deletion under the criterion being used. In order to alert administrators to the nomination, place the relevant speedy deletion template at the top of the page or media file you are nominating (within <noinclude>...</noinclude> if nominating a Template: page); if the page is protected, place the template on the corresponding Talk page instead, along with an explanation of which page to delete. Please be sure to supply an edit summary that mentions that the page is being nominated for speedy deletion. All of the speedy deletion templates are named as "Db-X" with "Db" standing for "delete because". A list of the "Db-X" templates can be found at Wikipedia:Criteria for speedy deletion/Deletion templates. If a page falls under more than one of the criteria, instead of adding multiple tags it is possible to add a single {{Db-multiple}} tag to cover them all. For example, if an article seems both to be blatantly promotional (G11) and also to fail to indicate significance of its subject (A7) then the tag {{Db-multiple|G11|A7}} can be used to indicate both of these concerns. The article can then be speedily deleted if an administrator assesses it and decides that either or both of the criteria apply. There is strong consensus that the creators and major contributors of pages and media files should be warned of a speedy deletion nomination (or of the deletion if not informed prior thereto). All speedy deletion templates (using criteria other than U1, G6, G7, and G8) thus contain in their body a pre-formatted, suggested warning template to notify the relevant party or parties of the nomination for speedy deletion under the criterion used. You can copy and paste such warnings to the talk pages of the creators and major contributors, choose from others listed at Category:CSD warning templates, or place the unified warning template, {{subst:CSD-warn|csd|Page name}}, which allows you to tailor your warning under any particular criterion by replacing csd with the associated criterion abbreviation (e.g. g4, a7). Use common sense when applying a speedy deletion request to a page: review the page history to make sure that all prior revisions of the page meet the speedy deletion criterion, because a single editor can replace an article with material that appears to cause the page to meet one or more of the criteria. Pages that have survived deletion discussions When applicable, the following criteria may be used to delete pages that have survived their most recent deletion discussions: G5, creation by banned or blocked users, subject to the strict condition that the AfD participants were unaware that the article would have met the criterion and/or that the article creator's blocked or banned status was not known to the participants of the AfD discussion. G6, technical deletions G8, pages dependent on nonexistent pages G9, office actions G12, unambiguous copyright violations A2, foreign language articles on other Wikimedia projects A5, transwikied pages F8, images on Commons F9, unambiguous copyright infringement U1, user requests deletion within their own userspace These criteria may only be used in such cases when no controversy exists; in the event of a dispute, start a new deletion discussion. However, newly discovered copyright violations should be tagged for G12 if the violation existed in all previous revisions of the article. G5 may be also used at discretion subject to meeting the criterion outlined above.

List of criteria General Shortcut WP:GCSD These apply to every type of page with exclusions listed for specific criteria, and so apply to articles, redirects, user pages, talk pages, files, etc. Read the specifics for each criterion to see where and how they apply. G1. Patent nonsense Shortcut WP:G1 Main page: Wikipedia:Patent nonsense This applies to pages consisting entirely of incoherent text or gibberish with no meaningful content or history. It does not cover poor writing, partisan screeds, obscene remarks, implausible theories, vandalism or hoaxes, fictional material, coherent non-English material, or poorly translated material. Nor does it apply to user sandboxes or other pages in the user namespace. In short, if it is understandable, G1 does not apply. {{Db-g1}}, {{Db-nonsense}} G2. Test pages Shortcut WP:G2 This applies to pages created to test editing or other Wikipedia functions. It applies to subpages of the Wikipedia Sandbox created as tests, but does not apply to the Sandbox itself. It does not apply to pages in the user namespace, unless submitted to WP:AfC. It does not apply to valid but unused or duplicate templates (although criterion T3 may apply). {{Db-g2}}, {{Db-test}} G3. Pure vandalism and blatant hoaxes Shortcut WP:G3 Further information: Wikipedia:Vandalism and Wikipedia:Do not create hoaxes This applies to pages that are blatant and obvious misinformation, blatant hoaxes (including images intended to misinform), and redirects created by cleanup from page-move vandalism. Articles about notable hoaxes are acceptable if it is clear that they are describing a hoax. {{Db-g3}}, {{Db-vandalism}} - for vandalism {{Db-hoax}} - for hoaxes G4. Recreation of a page that was deleted per a deletion discussion Shortcut WP:G4 This applies to sufficiently identical copies, having any title, of a page deleted via its most recent deletion discussion.[2] It excludes pages that are not substantially identical to the deleted version, pages to which the reason for the deletion no longer applies, and content that has been moved to user space or converted to a draft for explicit improvement (but not simply to circumvent Wikipedia's deletion policy). This criterion also does not cover content undeleted via a deletion review, or that was only deleted via proposed deletion (including deletion discussions closed as "soft delete") or speedy deletion. {{Db-g4}}, {{Db-repost}} G5. Creations by banned or blocked users Shortcut WP:G5 Further information: Wikipedia:Banning policy and Wikipedia:Blocking policy This applies to pages created by banned or blocked users in violation of their ban or block, and that have no substantial edits by others. G5 should not be applied to transcluded templates or to categories that may be useful or suitable for merging. To qualify, the edit or article must have been made while the user was actually banned or blocked. A page created before the ban or block was imposed or after it was lifted will not qualify under this criterion. To qualify, the edit must be a violation of the user's specific block or ban. Pages created by a topic-banned user may be deleted if they come under that particular topic, but not if they are legitimately about some other topic. {{Db-g5|name of banned user}}, {{Db-banned|name of banned user}} G6. Technical deletions For redirects created by User:Neelix, see criterion X1. Shortcut WP:G6 This is for uncontroversial maintenance, including: Deleting empty dated maintenance categories. Deleting a disambiguation page which either: disambiguates only one extant Wikipedia page and whose title ends in "(disambiguation)"; or disambiguates zero extant Wikipedia pages, regardless of its title.[3] Deleting redirects or other pages blocking page moves. Administrators should be aware of the proper procedures where a redirect/page holding up a page move has a non-trivial page history. An administrator who deletes a page that is blocking a move should ensure that the move is completed after deleting it. Deleting pages unambiguously created in error or in the incorrect namespace. Deleting templates orphaned as the result of a consensus at WP:TfD. Deleting redirects in the "File:" namespace with the same name as a file or redirect at Commons, provided the redirect on Wikipedia has no file links (unless the links are obviously intended for the file or redirect at Commons). Deleting userspace drafts containing only the default Article Wizard text if the user who created the page has been inactive for at least one year. Templates: {{Db-g6|rationale=reason}} - If none of the special tags below applies, this tag should be used with a reason specified in the |rationale= parameter. {{Db-copypaste|page to be moved}} - For copy-and-paste page moves that need to be temporarily deleted to make room for a clean page move. {{Db-disambig}} - For orphaned disambiguation pages that refer to either one or zero pages. {{Db-move|page to be moved|reason}} {{Db-xfd|fullvotepage=link to closed deletion discussion}} {{db-error}} {{Db-redircom}} {{db-blankdraft}} - For userspace drafts containing only the default Article Wizard text, created by users who have been inactive for over a year. G7. Author requests deletion Shortcut WP:G7 If requested in good faith and provided that the only substantial content of the page was added by its author. (For redirects created as a result of a page move, the mover must also have been the only substantive contributor to the pages prior to the move.[4]) If the sole author blanks a page other than a userspace page, a category page, or any type of talk page, this can be taken as a deletion request. {{Db-g7}}, {{Db-author}}, {{Db-blanked}}, {{Db-self}} G8. Pages dependent on a non-existent or deleted page Shortcut WP:G8 Examples of this criterion include talk pages with no corresponding subject page, subpages with no parent page, image pages without a corresponding image, redirects to invalid targets, such as non-existent targets, redirect loops, and bad titles, unused editnotices of non-existent or unsalted deleted pages, and categories populated by deleted or retargeted templates. It excludes any page that is useful to Wikipedia, and in particular deletion discussions that are not logged elsewhere, user pages, user talk pages, talk page archives (except article talk page archives where the corresponding article and main talk page have been deleted and the page is not otherwise useful to Wikipedia – check for page-moves and merges before using G8 on article-talk-page-archives; the parent article might still exist under a different name), plausible redirects that can be changed to valid targets, Articles for Creation drafts using the prefix Wikipedia talk:Articles for creation/NAME, talk pages for images that exist on Wikimedia Commons, and pages that should be moved to a different location.[5] Exceptions may be sign-posted with the template {{G8-exempt}}. {{Db-g8}} {{Db-imagepage}} - for file description pages with no corresponding file {{Db-redirnone}}- for pages that redirect to themselves, nonexistent/deleted articles, or articles currently flagged for speedy deletion {{Db-subpage}} - for subpages of nonexistent/deleted pages, or pages currently flagged for speedy deletion {{Db-talk}} - for talk pages of nonexistent/deleted pages, or pages currently flagged for speedy deletion {{Db-templatecat}} - for categories populated by a deleted or retargeted template G9. Office actions Shortcut WP:G9 Main page: Wikipedia:Office actions In exceptional circumstances, the Wikimedia Foundation office reserves the right to speedy-delete a page. Deletions of this type must not be reversed without permission from the Foundation. G10. Pages that disparage, threaten, intimidate, or harass their subject or some other entity, and serve no other purpose Shortcut WP:G10 Main page: Wikipedia:Attack page Examples of "attack pages" may include libel, legal threats, material intended purely to harass or intimidate a person or biographical material about a living person that is entirely negative in tone and unsourced. These pages should be speedily deleted when there is no neutral version in the page history to revert to. Both the page title and page content may be taken into account in assessing an attack. Articles about living people deleted under this criterion should not be restored or recreated by any editor until the biographical article standards are met. Redirects from plausible search terms are not eligible under this criterion. For example, a term used on the target page to refer to its subject is often a plausible redirect – see Wikipedia:RNEUTRAL. {{Db-g10}}, {{Db-attack}}, {{Db-attackorg}}, {{Db-personal attack}} {{Db-negublp}} G11. Unambiguous advertising or promotion Shortcut WP:G11 Main page: Wikipedia:Spam This applies to pages that are exclusively promotional and would need to be fundamentally rewritten to conform with Wikipedia:NOTFORPROMOTION. If a subject is notable and the content could plausibly be replaced with text written from a neutral point of view, this is preferable to deletion. Note: Any article that describes its subject from a neutral point of view does not qualify for this criterion. However, "promotion" does not necessarily mean commercial promotion: anything can be promoted, including a person, a non-commercial organization, a point of view, etc. {{Db-g11}}, {{Db-promo}}, {{Db-spam}} {{Db-spamuser}} G12. Unambiguous copyright infringement Shortcut WP:G12 Main page: Wikipedia:Copyright violations This applies to text pages that contain copyrighted material with no credible assertion of public domain, fair use, or a compatible free license, where there is no non-infringing content on the page worth saving. Only if the history is unsalvageably corrupted should it be deleted in its entirety; earlier versions without infringement should be retained. For equivocal cases that do not meet speedy deletion criteria (such as where there is a dubious assertion of permission, where free-content edits overlie the infringement, or where there is only partial infringement or close paraphrasing), the article or the appropriate section should be blanked with {{subst:Copyvio}}, and the page should be listed at Wikipedia:Copyright problems. Please consult Wikipedia:Copyright violations for other instructions. Public-domain and other free content, such as a Wikipedia mirror, do not fall under this criterion, nor is mere lack of attribution of such works a reason for speedy deletion. For images and media, see the equivalent criterion in the "Files" section here, which has more specific instructions. {{Db-g12|url=source URL}}, {{Db-copyvio|url=source URL}} Note: If other criteria apply in addition to G12, the template {{Db-multiple}} should be used instead, so we don't waste time seeking copyright permission after deleting the page. {{Db-multiple|g12|url=source URL|other criteria}} G13. Abandoned Drafts and Articles for creation submissions Shortcut WP:G13 Further information: Wikipedia:Articles for creation This applies to any pages in the draft namespace, as well as any rejected or unsubmitted Articles for creation pages with the {{AFC submission}} template in userspace, that have not been edited (excluding bot edits and maintenance actions such as tagging) in over six months. Redirects are excluded from G13 deletion. Drafts deleted in this manner may be restored upon request by following the procedure at Wikipedia:Requests for undeletion/G13. {{Db-g13}}, {{Db-afc}} Articles Shortcut WP:ACSD Note: Not all numbers are used, as some criteria have been repealed. For any articles that are not speedy deletion candidates, use Wikipedia:Articles for deletion or Wikipedia:Proposed deletion. A1. No context Shortcut WP:A1 This applies to articles lacking sufficient context to identify the subject of the article.[6] Example: "He is a funny man with a red car. He makes people laugh." It applies only to very short articles. Note that context is different from content, treated in A3. Don't use this tag in the first few minutes after a new article is created. This excludes coherent {{Non-English}} material, and poorly translated material. If any information in the title or on the page, including links, allows an editor, possibly with the aid of a web search, to find further information on the subject in an attempt to expand or edit it, A1 is not appropriate.[7] {{Db-a1}}, {{Db-nocontext}}, {{Db-short}} A2. Foreign language articles that exist on another Wikimedia project Shortcut WP:A2 This applies to articles having essentially the same content as an article on another Wikimedia project. If the article is not the same as an article on another project, use the template {{Not English}} instead, and list the page at Wikipedia:Pages needing translation into English for review and possible translation. {{Db-a2}}, {{Db-foreign}} A3. No content Shortcut WP:A3 This applies to articles (other than disambiguation pages, redirects, or soft redirects to Wikimedia sister projects) consisting only of external links, category tags and "See also" sections, a rephrasing of the title, attempts to correspond with the person or group named by its title, a question that should have been asked at the help or reference desks, chat-like comments, template tags, and/or images. This may also apply to articles consisting entirely of the framework of the Article wizard with no additional content. However, a very short article may be a valid stub if it has context, in which case it is not eligible for deletion under this criterion. Similarly, this criterion does not cover a page having only an infobox, unless its contents also meet another speedy deletion criterion. This criterion excludes poor writing, coherent non-English material, and poorly translated material. Don't use this tag in the first few minutes after a new article is created.[7] This also applies to disambiguation pages that don't link to any current or potential articles. {{Db-a3}}, {{Db-nocontent}}, {{Db-contact}} {{Db-empty}} A5. Transwikied articles Shortcut WP:A5 Further information: m:Help:Transwiki This applies to any article that consists only of a dictionary definition that has already been transwikied (e.g., to Wiktionary), a primary source that has already been transwikied (e.g., to Wikisource), or an article on any subject that has been discussed at articles for deletion with an outcome to move it to another wiki, after it has been properly moved and the author information recorded. {{Db-a5}}, {{Db-transwiki}} A7. No indication of importance (people, animals, organizations, web content, events) Shortcut WP:A7 Further information: Wikipedia:Credible claim of significance This applies to any article about a real person, individual animal(s), organization, web content or organized event[8] that does not indicate why its subject is important or significant, with the exception of educational institutions.[9] This is distinct from verifiability and reliability of sources, and is a lower standard than notability. This criterion applies only to articles about web content[10] and to articles about people, organizations, and individual animals themselves, not to articles about their books, albums (these may be covered by CSD A9), software, or other creative works. This criterion does not apply to species of animals, only to individual animal(s). The criterion does apply if the claim of significance or importance given is not credible, and any article with a blatantly false claim may be tagged with {{db-hoax}} instead. If the claim's credibility is unclear, you can improve the article yourself, propose deletion, or list the article at articles for deletion. {{Db-a7}} {{Db-person}} – for people {{Db-band}} – for bands {{Db-club}} – for clubs, societies and groups {{Db-inc}} – for companies, corporations and organizations {{Db-web}} – for websites {{Db-animal}} – for individual animals {{Db-event}} – for events The criterion does not apply to any article that makes any credible claim of significance or importance even if the claim is not supported by a reliable source or does not qualify on Wikipedia's notability guidelines. A9. No indication of importance (musical recordings) Shortcut WP:A9 Further information: Wikipedia:Credible claim of significance This applies to any article about a musical recording or list of musical recordings where none of the contributing recording artists has an article and that does not indicate why its subject is important or significant (both conditions must be met). This is distinct from questions of verifiability and reliability of sources, and is a lower standard than notability. This criterion does not apply to other forms of creative media, products, or any other types of articles. {{Db-a9}}, {{Db-album}}, {{Db-song}}, {{Db-discog}} The criterion does not apply to any article that makes any credible claim of significance or importance even if the claim is not supported by a reliable source or does not qualify on Wikipedia's notability guidelines. A10. Recently created article that duplicates an existing topic Shortcut WP:A10 This applies to any recently created article with no relevant page history that duplicates an existing English Wikipedia topic, and that does not expand upon, detail or improve information within any existing article(s) on the subject, and where the title is not a plausible redirect. This does not include split pages or any article that expands or reorganizes an existing one or that contains referenced, mergeable material. It also does not include disambiguation pages. (When the new title is a reasonable term for the subject, converting the new article to a redirect may be preferable to deletion.) {{Db-a10|article=Existing article title}}, {{Db-same|article=Existing article title}} This deletion rationale should only be used rarely. In the vast majority of duplicate articles, the title used is a plausible misspelling or alternate name for the main article, and a redirect should be created instead. This criterion should be used only if its title could be speedy deleted as a redirect. A11. Obviously invented Shortcut WP:A11 Main page: Wikipedia:Wikipedia is not for things made up one day Further information: Wikipedia:Credible claim of significance This applies to any article that plainly indicates that the subject was invented/coined/discovered by the article's creator or someone they know personally, and does not credibly indicate why its subject is important or significant. The criterion does not apply to any article that makes any credible claim of significance or importance even if the claim is not supported by a reliable source or does not qualify under Wikipedia's notability guidelines. Note: This is not intended for hoaxes (see CSD G3).[11] {{Db-a11}}, {{Db-invented}}, {{Db-madeup}} Redirects Shortcut WP:RCSD Main page: Wikipedia:Redirect For the special criteria for "Neelix" redirects, see criterion X1. Note: Not all numbers are included as some criteria have been repealed. For any redirects that are not speedy deletion candidates, use Wikipedia:Redirects for discussion. R2. Cross-namespace redirects Shortcut WP:R2 This applies to redirects, apart from shortcuts, from the main namespace to any other namespace except the Category:, Template:, Wikipedia:, Help: and Portal: namespaces. If the redirect was the result of a page move, consider waiting a day or two before deleting the redirect. See also Wikipedia:Cross-namespace redirects and Category:Cross-namespace redirects. {{Db-r2}}, {{Db-rediruser}} R3. Implausible typos Shortcut WP:R3 This applies to recently created redirects from implausible typos or misnomers. However, redirects from common misspellings or misnomers are generally useful, as are sometimes redirects in other languages. This criterion does not apply to redirects created as a result of a page move,[4] unless the moved page was also recently created. It also does not apply to articles and stubs that have been converted into redirects, including redirects created by merges,[12] or to redirects ending with "(disambiguation)" that point to a disambiguation page. {{Db-r3}}, {{Db-redirtypo}} For any redirects, including soft redirects, that are not speedy deletion candidates, use Wikipedia:Redirects for discussion. Redirect pages that have useful page history should never be speedy deleted. In some cases it may be possible to make a useful redirect by changing the target instead of deleting it. Redirects that do not work because of software limitations, such as redirects to special pages or to pages on other wikis, may be converted to soft redirects if they have a non-trivial history or other valid uses. For reversal of redirects, use {{Db-move}}, a special case of {{Db-g6}}. Files Shortcut WP:FCSD These apply to files, images, and other media. Note: These criteria formerly began with I (e.g. I1, I6, I9) but have since been replaced with F, without the actual criteria being changed. This was because the file namespace was formerly known as the image namespace. For any images and other media that are not speedy deletion candidates, use Wikipedia:Proposed deletion or Wikipedia:Files for discussion. F1. Redundant Shortcut WP:CSD#F1 This applies to unused duplicates or lower-quality/resolution copies of another Wikipedia file having the same file format. This excludes images in the Wikimedia Commons; for these, see criterion F8.[13] {{Db-f1|replacement file name.ext}}, {{Db-redundantfile| replacement file name.ext}}, {{isd|replacement file name.ext}} F2. Corrupt, missing or empty file Shortcut WP:F2 This applies to files that are corrupt, missing, empty, or that contain superfluous and blatant non-metadata information.[14] This also includes file description pages for Commons files, except pages containing information not relevant to any other project (like {{FeaturedPicture}}).[15] {{Db-f2}}, {{Db-nofile}}, {{Db-fpcfail}} F3. Improper license Shortcut WP:F3 This criterion is used to flag media licensed as "for non-commercial use only" (including non-commercial Creative Commons licenses), "no derivative use", "for Wikipedia use only" or "used with permission". These may be deleted, unless they comply with the limited standards for the use of non-free content. Files licensed under versions of the GFDL prior to 1.3, without allowing for later versions or other licenses, may be deleted. {{Db-f3}}, {{Db-noncom}} F4. Lack of licensing information Shortcut WP:F4 This applies to media files that lack the necessary licensing information to verify copyright status may be deleted after being identified as such for seven days if the information is not added. Administrators should check the upload summary, file information page, and the image itself for a source before deleting under this criterion. {{subst:nsd}} (no source), {{subst:nld}} (no license), {{subst:nsdnld}} (neither source nor license) F5. Orphaned non-free use images Shortcut WP:F5 This applies to images and other media that are not under a free license or in the public domain and that are not used in any article. These may be deleted after being identified as such for more than seven days or immediately if the image's only use was on a deleted article and it is very unlikely to have any use on any other valid article. This includes previous revisions of the image. Reasonable exceptions may be made for images uploaded for an upcoming article. {{subst:Orfud}} (files), {{subst:Orfurrev}} (revisions only) F6. Missing non-free use rationale Shortcut WP:F6 This applies to non-free files claiming fair use but without a use rationale. These may be deleted after being identified as such for seven days. The boilerplate copyright tags setting out fair use criteria do not constitute a rationale. This criterion does not apply to situations where a use rationale is provided but is disputed. {{subst:Nrd}} F7. Invalid fair-use claim Shortcut WP:F7 Non-free images or media with a clearly invalid fair-use tag (such as a {{Non-free logo}} tag on a photograph of a mascot) may be deleted immediately. Non-free images or media from a commercial source (e.g., Associated Press, Getty), where the file itself is not the subject of sourced commentary, are considered an invalid claim of fair use and fail the strict requirements of Wikipedia:Non-free content criteria; and may be deleted immediately. Non-free images or media that have been identified as being replaceable by a free image and tagged with {{subst:Rfu}} may be deleted after two days, if no justification is given for the claim of irreplaceability. If the replaceability is disputed, the nominator should not be the one deleting the image. Invalid fair-use claims tagged with {{subst:Dfu}} may be deleted seven days after they are tagged, if a full and valid fair-use use rationale is not added. {{Db-f7}}, {{Db-badfairuse}} (immediate F7 deletions); {{subst:Rfu}} (replaceable with free image); {{subst:Dfu}} (disputed fair use rationale) F8. Images available as identical copies on Wikimedia Commons Shortcut WP:F8 Provided the following conditions are met: The Commons version is in the same file format and is of the same or higher quality/resolution. The image's license and source status is beyond reasonable doubt, and the license is undoubtedly accepted at Commons. To avoid deletion at Commons, please ensure the Commons page description has all of the following: Name and date of death of the creator of the artistic work represented by the file, or else clear evidence that a free license was given. If anonymous, ensure the page description provides evidence that establishes the anonymous status. Country where the artistic work represented by the file was situated, or where it was first published. Date when the artistic work represented by the file was created or first published, depending on the copyright law of the origin country. All image revisions that meet the first condition have been transferred to Commons as revisions of the Commons copy and properly marked as such. The image is not marked as {{Do not move to Commons}} or as {{Keep local}}. All information on the image description page is present on the Commons image description page, including the complete upload history with links to the uploader's local user pages (the upload history is not necessary if the file's license does not require it, although it is still recommended). If there is any information not relevant to any other project on the image description page (like {{FeaturedPicture}}), the image description page must be undeleted after the file deletion. If the image is available on Commons under a different name than locally, all local references to the image must be updated to point to the title used at Commons. The image is not protected. Do not delete protected images, even if there is an identical copy on Commons, unless the image is no longer in use (check what links here). They are usually locally uploaded and protected here since they are used in the interface or in some widely used high-risk template. Deleting the local copy of an image used in the interface does break things. More about high-risk images. {{C-uploaded}} images may be speedily deleted as soon as they are off the Main Page. {{Db-f8}}, {{Now Commons}}, {{Now Commons|File:name of file on Commons.ext}} F9. Unambiguous copyright infringement Shortcut WP:F9 This applies to obviously non-free images (or other media files) that are not claimed by the uploader to be fair use. A URL or other indication of where the image originated should be mentioned. This does not include images with a credible claim that the owner has released them under a Wikipedia-compatible free license. Most images from stock photo libraries such as Getty Images or Corbis will not be released under such a license. Blatant infringements should be tagged with the {{Db-filecopyvio}} template. Non-blatant copyright infringements should be discussed at Wikipedia:Files for discussion. {{Db-f9|url=URL of source}}, {{Db-filecopyvio|url=URL of source}} F10. Useless non-media files Shortcut WP:F10 This criterion is meant for files that are neither image, sound, nor video files; are not used in any article; and have no foreseeable placement in an article. Note that the following files are rarely sound, image, or video: .doc, .pdf, .ps, .html, .rtf, .txt, .xls, and .zip files. Examples of image, sound, and video files are: .jpg, .gif, .png, .svg, .mpg, and .wav. This is not a comprehensive list of files that can be deleted, nor is an extension alone enough reason to delete; this criterion is based on file content. {{Db-f10}}, {{Db-badfiletype}} F11. No evidence of permission Shortcut WP:F11 If an uploader has specified a license and has named a third party as the source/copyright holder without providing evidence that this third party has in fact agreed, the item may be deleted seven days after notification of the uploader. Acceptable evidence of licensing normally consists of either a link to the source website where the license is stated, or a statement by the copyright holder e-mailed or forwarded to Such a confirmation is also required if the source is an organization that the uploader claims to represent, or a web publication that the uploader claims to be their own. Instances of obvious copyright violations where the uploader would have no reasonable expectation of obtaining permission (e.g. major studio movie posters, television images, album covers, logos that are not simple enough to be public domain, etc.) should be speedily deleted per reason F9 (unambiguous copyright infringement), unless fair-use can be claimed. Files tagged with {{OTRS pending}} for more than 30 days may also be speedily deleted under this criterion. (Please note that the backlog for messages sent to the permissions-en queue is currently 341 days. You may wish to wait at least this amount of time before tagging OTRS pending images for deletion.) Images tagged {{OTRS received}} whose permissions have not been confirmed after 30 days may be deleted immediately under this criterion, without waiting an additional seven days, provided a check of the ticket is performed by an OTRS agent to confirm that no further interaction is ongoing. {{subst:Npd}} Categories Shortcut WP:CCSD For any category pages that are not speedy deletion candidates, use Wikipedia:Categories for discussion. C1. Unpopulated categories Shortcut WP:C1 This criterion applies to categories that have been unpopulated for at least seven days. This does not apply to disambiguation categories, category redirects, featured topics categories, categories under discussion at Wikipedia:Categories for discussion (or other such discussions), or project categories that by their nature may become empty on occasion (e.g. Category:Wikipedians looking for help). Place {{Possibly empty category}} at the top of the page to prevent such categories from being deleted. {{Db-c1}}, {{db-catempty}}. C2. Speedy renaming and merging Assorted sub-criteria that are used only at WP:CFDS; please see that page for details and instructions. User pages Shortcut WP:UCSD Further information: Wikipedia:User pages Note: Not all numbers are used, as some criteria have been repealed. For any user pages that are not speedy deletion candidates, use Wikipedia:Miscellany for deletion. U1. User request Shortcut WP:U1 Personal user pages and subpages (but not user talk pages) upon request by their user. This also includes editnotices for user pages. In some rare cases there may be administrative need to retain the page. User talk pages are not eligible for speedy deletion under this criterion. Pages which have previously been moved are only eligible if all previous titles were in the user's userspace. Note: The template does not display on certain pages (such as .css and .js pages), but its categorization will work. {{Db-u1}}, {{Db-userreq}} U2. Nonexistent user Shortcut WP:U2 "WP:U2" redirects here. For the WikiProject for the band, see Wikipedia:WikiProject U2. User pages of users that do not exist (check Special:Listusers), except user pages for IP users who have edited, redirects from misspellings of an established user's user page, and the previous name of a renamed user. {{Db-u2}}, {{Db-nouser}} U3. Non-free galleries Shortcut WP:U3 Galleries in the userspace that consist mostly or entirely of "fair use" or non-free images. Wikipedia's non-free content policy prohibits the use of non-free content in userspace, even content that the user has uploaded; use of content in the public domain or under a free license is acceptable. {{Db-u3}}, {{Db-gallery}} U5. Blatant misuse of Wikipedia as a web host Shortcut WP:U5 Pages 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 user pages, with the exception of plausible drafts and pages adhering to Wikipedia:User pages#What may I have in my user pages?. Before placing this template or deleting a page under this criterion, read Wikipedia:User pages#Handling inappropriate content and Wikipedia:User pages#Deletion of user pages. {{Db-u5}}, {{Db-notwebhost}} Templates Shortcut WP:TCSD Notes: Not all numbers are included as some criteria have been repealed. When nominating, place any of the speedy deletion tags noted here inside <noinclude>...</noinclude> tags. For any templates that are not speedy deletion candidates, use Wikipedia:Templates for discussion. T2. Misrepresentation of policy Shortcut WP:T2 Templates that are unambiguous misrepresentations of established policy, e.g. disclaimer templates intended to be used in articles and speedy deletion templates for issues other than speedy deletion criteria. <noinclude>{{Db-t2}}</noinclude>, <noinclude>{{Db-policy}}</noinclude> T3. 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Underpopulated portal Shortcut WP:P2 Any portal based on a topic for which there is only a stub header article or fewer than three non-stub articles detailing subject matter that would be appropriate to present under the title of that portal. {{Db-p2}}, {{Db-emptyportal}} Exceptional circumstances Shortcut WP:XCSD These temporary criteria apply to large scale cleanups of problematic pages that would overwhelm the normal deletion processes. Criteria should be deprecated when no longer needed. Consensus for X1 and X2 was established in this discussion. X1. Redirects created by Neelix Shortcut WP:X1 In response to the discovery of the creation of more than 50,000 questionable redirects over a period of years by the user Neelix, in November 2015 the community authorized this temporary criterion to include any redirects created by Neelix. This applies if the reviewing administrator reasonably believes that the redirect would not survive a full deletion discussion under the snowball clause. Administrators are asked to add the word "Neelix" or "X1" to their deletion rationale in order to clarify that it was done under this temporary criterion. Any user in good standing is free to recreate any of these redirects if they believe they serve a legitimate purpose. The criterion will be rescinded when the community concludes the situation has been brought down to a more reasonable level.[16] {{Db-x1}} X2. Pages created by the content translation tool Shortcut WP:X2 This applies to any page created by the content translation tool prior to 27 July 2016, if there is no non-machine-translated version in the history. Administrators are asked to add "CXT" or "X2" to their deletion rationale in order to clarify that it was done under this temporary criterion. They must check to ensure that the tool did not overwrite an acceptable article. This criterion will be rescinded when the community concludes the situation has been adequately handled.[17] The majority of these pages are listed on a report. {{Db-x2}}

Non-criteria Shortcut WP:NOTCSD Commonly denied CSD reasons The following proposals for new speedy deletion criteria are frequently raised, but have repeatedly failed to gain consensus: How-to articles Essay articles Expansion of A7 to include books, software, and/or other products Neologisms Unsourced articles A7 scope A7 does not apply to any other subject that does not indicate importance. Expanding the scope of A7 to different subjects (such as products, software, books etc.) has been proposed several times in the past and failed to gain consensus. Amongst the reasons for those rejections were that such subjects are not created often enough to require speedy deletion (such articles can be handled by proposed deletion or by listing the article at articles for deletion), that such subjects cannot be objectively covered in A7's wording and that admins are not able to assess claims of importance for certain subjects. Before proposing a change to A7 to expand its scope, please check whether your proposal has not already been discussed on the talk page (archives). The following are not by themselves sufficient to justify speedy deletion. Reasons based on Wikipedia:What Wikipedia is not. Wikipedia is not: "a dictionary", "an indiscriminate collection of information", "a crystal ball", "a how-to list", etc. Less-obvious hoaxes. If even remotely plausible, a suspected hoax article should be subjected to further scrutiny in a wider forum. Truth is often stranger than fiction. Note that "blatant and obvious hoaxes and misinformation" are subject to speedy deletion as vandalism. Original research. It is not always easy to tell whether an article consists of material that violates the policy against novel theories or interpretations or is simply unsourced. Neologisms that do not meet A11. New specialized terms should have a wider hearing. Notability. Articles that seem to have obviously non-notable subjects are eligible for speedy deletion only if the article does not give a credible indication of why the subject might be important or significant. Failure to assert importance but not an A7, A9 or A11 category. There is no consensus to speedily delete articles of types not specifically listed in A7, A9 or A11 under those criteria. Author deletion requests made in bad faith. Author deletion requests made in bad faith, out of frustration, or in an attempt to revoke their freely-licensed contributions are not granted. However, anyone may request deletion of pages in their userspace. Author deletion requests after others have contributed substantially. If other editors have substantially edited an article (i.e. more than just minor corrections or maintenance tagging), the original author may not request deletion under G7 because the work of others is involved. Very short articles. Short articles with sufficient content and context to qualify as stubs may not be speedily deleted under criteria A1 and A3; other criteria may still apply. Copies that are not copyright violations. If content appears both here and somewhere else (possibly in modified form), consider the possibility that Wikipedia's is the original version and the other site copied from us. Alternatively, the same author may have written both versions, or the original may be free content. PNG / GIF files replaced by JPEG images. JPEG encoding discards information that may be important later. Do not delete the original PNG / GIF files. Questionable material that is not vandalism. Earnest efforts are never vandalism, so to assume good faith, do not delete as vandalism unless reasonably certain. User and user talk pages of IP addresses. Although users are encouraged to create Wikipedia accounts, unregistered users are still allowed to edit Wikipedia, and are identified by their IP addresses. If an unregistered user has a static IP address, it may have a user page and/or user talk page associated with it, and even for non-static IP addresses, the history can contain important discussions or information that may be of interest. Reasons based on essays. Wikipedia:Listcruft, Wikipedia:Obscure topics, Wikipedia:Deny recognition etc. are not valid reasons for speedy deletion. A file that isn't a sound, video, or image file. To be deleted under F10, a file must have no potential usefulness and not be used in any articles. Files that are in use or might be put to an appropriate use, even if not sound, video, or image, should not be deleted without wider discussion. An article written in a foreign language or script. An article should not be speedily deleted just because it is not written in English. Instead it should be tagged with {{Not English}} and listed at Wikipedia:Pages needing translation into English. It may be reconsidered after translation whether the article merits deletion, retention or improvement by means of a suitable tag. However, if it already exists on another Wikimedia project, it might be speedy deletable under criterion A2. Subject request. Sometimes somebody claiming to be the subject of a biographical article requests deletion of the article, or even blanks the article. Article subjects do not have an automatic right to have their articles deleted. Such requests are considered on a case-by-case basis according to the deletion policy. Nor does such a criterion apply to namespaces other than article space: for example, pages in the Wikipedia namespace devoted to a discussion about a particular editor.

Procedure for administrators See also: Wikipedia:Deletion process Make sure to specify the reason for deletion in the deletion summary. Also, in general the article's creator and major contributors should have been notified. Before deleting a page, check the page history to assess whether it would instead be possible to revert and salvage a previous version, or there was actually a cut-and-paste move involved. Also: The initial edit summary may have information about the source of or reason for the page. The talk page may refer to previous deletion discussions or have ongoing discussion relevant to including the page. The page log may have information about previous deletions that could warrant SALTing the page or keeping it on good reason. What links here may show that the page is an oft-referred part of the encyclopedia, or may show other similar pages that warrant deletion. For pages that should not be re-created, incoming links in other pages (except in discussions, archives and tracking pages) should be removed.

Obsolete criteria These criteria were used in the past but are no longer valid criteria. They are kept here for historical reference and to preserve numbering. Most were merged into broader criteria. Only two have been entirely repealed, and neither had consensus before being enacted. A4. Attempts to correspond with the person or group named by its title Merged with and later superseded by "No content" (A3) in November 2005[18] as part of a bold rewrite that was made to simplify the CSD criterion (archived discussion 1, discussion 2, discussion 3). A6. Attack articles Superseded by "Attack pages" (G10) in March 2006 (discussion). A8. Blatant copyright infringement articles Superseded by "Unambiguous copyright infringement" (G12) in October 2006 (unopposed proposal). R1. Redirects to non-existent pages Merged into "Pages dependent on a non-existent or deleted page" (G8) in September 2008 (discussion). C3. Categories solely populated from a template Merged into "Pages dependent on a non-existent or deleted page" (G8) in October 2008 (discussion). T1. Divisive and inflammatory templates Enacted by Jimmy Wales without formally assessing consensus during the userbox wars. Was repealed in February 2009 (discussion). Instead, "attack pages" (G10) may be applicable in some cases. Otherwise, use Wikipedia:Miscellany for deletion for userboxes and Wikipedia:Templates for discussion for all other templates. T4. Subpages of non-existent pages Merged into "Pages dependent on a non-existent or deleted page" (G8) in September 2008 (discussion). U4. Old IP address talk pages that meet specific criteria Never enacted as policy anywhere, but deletions occurred nonetheless. Was repealed in March 2009 (discussion).

See also Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Common outcomes Wikipedia:Archived delete debates Wikipedia:Alternative outlets Category:Candidates for speedy deletion Category:CSD warning templates Category:Speedy deletion Wikipedia:Criteria for speedy deletion/Deletion templates Wikipedia:Criteria for speedy deletion/Overturned speedy deletions Wikipedia:Deletion guidelines for administrators {{New page}} Wikipedia:No blank pages Wikipedia:Proposed deletion Wikipedia:Undeletion policy Wikipedia:Template messages/User talk namespace (grid of warning messages) Wikipedia:What to do if your article gets CSD tagged Wikipedia talk:Personal subpages to be deleted - pre-CSD discussion from 2004 and earlier

Footnotes ^ In this context, "speedy" refers to the simple decision-making process, not the length of time since the article was created. ^ The result of the most recent deletion discussion controls. This means that if the most recent discussion was "keep" or a default to keep through no consensus, G4 does not apply. Likewise, an article that was deleted through its most recent discussion, but was kept in prior discussions, is subject to the criterion and may be deleted. (Discussion.) ^ If it links to only one article and does not end in (disambiguation), simply change it to a redirect. ^ a b Page moves are excluded because of a history of improper deletions of these redirects. A move creates a redirect to ensure that any external links that point to Wikipedia remain valid. Should such links exist, deletion of these redirects will break them. Such redirects must be discussed at Wikipedia:Redirects for discussion before deletion. However, redirects that were obviously made in error can be deleted as G6, technical deletions. ^ Note that new editors sometimes mistakenly start article drafts on talk pages that have no article. If you see this, move the draft to the draft space or to the user's userspace, making sure the new user is listed as author and not you. ^ An Rfc containing relevant discussions on the A1 criterion ^ a b Consensus has developed that in most cases articles should not be tagged for deletion under this criterion moments after creation as the creator may be actively working on the content; though there is no set time requirement, a ten-minute delay before tagging under this criterion is suggested as good practice. Please do not mark the page as patrolled prior to that suitable delay passing, so that the wait does not result in the article escaping review at a later time. ^ Routine coverage of unorganised events – for example, shooting incidents – may not necessarily qualify on A7; deletion discussions should be preferred in such cases. ^ Past discussions leading to schools being exempt from A7. ^ Web-delivered content (like individual radio or television programs telecast on the web) – as opposed to web created content – may not necessarily qualify on A7; As per WP:Notability (media), "Generally, an individual radio or television program is likely to be notable if it airs on a network of radio or television stations (either national or regional in scope), or on a cable television network with a national audience." ^ Unlike a hoax, subject to deletion as vandalism under CSD G3 as a bad faith attempt to deceive, CSD A11 is for topics that were or may have been actually created and are real, but have no notice or significance except among a small group of people, e.g. a newly invented drinking game or new word. ^ See Wikipedia:Merge and delete for an explanation as to why redirects created by merges cannot be deleted in most cases. ^ This does not apply to images duplicated on Wikimedia Commons, because of license issues; instead see "Images available as identical copies on the Wikimedia Commons". ^ Before deleting this latter type of file/page, check whether the MediaWiki engine can read it by previewing a resized thumbnail of it. Even if it renders, if it contains significant superfluous information that cannot be accounted for as metadata directly relating to the media data, it may be deleted. It is always preferred to correct the problem by uploading a file that contains only the good data plus acceptable metadata. ^ Content from file description pages that is relevant to the Commons should be copied over prior to deleting the local page. If necessary, copy the attribution history as well. ^ AN discussion authorizing X1 ^ WP:AN discussion authorizing X2 ^ Diff of change v t e Speedy deletion Policies Criteria for speedy deletion Deletion policy Guidelines Deletion process Deletion guidelines for administrators Page blanking Information pages Overturned speedy deletions List of db-x templates Essays Explanations of the speedy deletion criteria Field guide to proper speedy deletion Why I hate speedy deleters Don't assume negative notability What to do if your article gets tagged for speedy deletion Why was the page I created deleted? How to save an article proposed for deletion Individual criteria G1: Patent nonsense G3: Vandalism, Hoaxes G9: Office actions G10: Attack pages G11: Spam G12: Copyright violations A7/A9/A11: Credible claim of significance A11: Obviously invented Speedy deletion candidates Alternative view G1 G2 G3 (vandalism, hoaxes) G4 G5 G6 G8 (broken redirects) G10 G11 G12 G13 A1 A2 A7 A10 A11 R2 R3 F1 F2 F3 C1 U5 T2 T3 Unspecified reason History merges Empty articles By user Possibly contested Templates General G1 Tag: {{db-nonsense}} Warning: {{db-nonsense-notice}} G2 Tag: {{db-test}} Warning: {{db-test-notice}} G3 Tags: {{db-vandalism}} {{db-hoax}} Warnings: {{db-vandalism-notice}} {{db-pagemove-notice}} G4 Tag: {{db-repost}} Warning: {{db-repost-notice}} G5 Tag: {{db-banned}} G6 Tags: {{db-maintenance}} {{db-move}} {{db-copypaste}} {{db-xfd}} {{db-disambig}} Warnings: {{db-copypaste-notice}} {{db-disambig-notice}} G7 Tag: {{db-author}} G8 Tags: {{db-g8}} {{db-talk}} {{db-subpage}} {{db-imagepage}} {{db-redirnone}} {{db-templatecat}} G10 Tags: {{db-attack}} {{db-blp}} Warnings: {{db-attack-notice}} {{db-attackorg-notice}} {{db-negublp-notice}} G11 Tag: {{db-spam}} Warnings: {{db-spam-notice}} {{spam-warn}} {{spam-warn-userpage}} G12 Tag: {{db-copyvio}} Warnings: {{db-copyvio-notice}} {{nothanks-gfdl}} G13 Tag: {{db-afc}} Warnings: {{db-afc-notice}} Articles A1 Tag: {{db-nocontext}} Warning: {{db-nocontext-notice}} A2 Tag: {{db-foreign}} Warning: {{db-foreign-notice}} A3 Tag: {{db-nocontent}} Warning: {{db-nocontent-notice}} A5 Tag: {{db-transwiki}} Warning: {{db-transwiki-notice}} A7 Tags: {{db-a7}} {{db-person}} {{db-band}} {{db-club}} {{db-inc}} {{db-web}} {{db-animal}} {{db-event}} Warnings: {{db-notability-notice}} {{db-bio-notice}} {{db-band-notice}} {{db-club-notice}} {{db-inc-notice}} {{db-web-notice}} {{db-animal-notice}} {{db-event-notice}} {{nn-warn-deletion}} {{bio-warn-deletion}} A9 Tag: {{db-song}} Warnings: {{db-a9-notice}} {{db-song-notice}} A10 Tag: {{db-same}} Warning: {{db-a10-notice}} A11 Tag: {{db-madeup}} Warning: {{db-madeup-notice}} Redirects R2 Tag: {{db-rediruser}} Warning: {{db-rediruser-notice}} R3 Tag: {{db-redirtypo}} Warning: {{db-redirtypo-notice}} Files F1 Tags: {{db-f1}} {{duplicate}} Warning: {{db-redundantimage-notice}} F2 Tags: {{db-f2}} {{db-fpcfail}} Warning: {{db-noimage-notice}} F3 Tag: {{db-noncom}} Warning: {{db-noncom-notice}} F4 Tags: {{di-no source}} {{di-no license}} {{di-no source no license}} {{di-dw no source}} {{di-dw no license}} {{di-dw no source no license}} Warnings: {{di-no source-notice}} {{di-no license-notice}} {{di-no source no license-notice}} {{di-dw no source-notice}} {{di-dw no license-notice}} {{di-dw no source no license-notice}} F5 Tag: {{di-orphaned fair use}} Warning: {{di-orphaned fair use-notice}} F6 Tags: {{di-no fair use rationale}} {{di-missing article links}} Warning: {{di-no fair use rationale-notice}} F7 Tags: {{db-f7}} {{di-replaceable fair use}} {{di-disputed fair use rationale}} Warning: {{uw-csd-f7}} {{di-replaceable fair use-notice}} F8 Tags: {{db-f8}} {{Now Commons}} F9 Tag: {{db-filecopyvio}} Warning: {{db-imgcopyvio-notice}} F10 Tag: {{db-badfiletype}} Warning: {{uw-csd-f10}} F11 Tag: {{di-no permission}} Warning: {{di-no permission-notice}} ! 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