Anybody know what happened to the Adam's Peak page from Sri Lanka? I can only guess that a disgruntled owner left the site and deleted all his objects. Now all I can find is two route pages with no parent:
What is the rationale for letting people destroy their objects as a parting gesture to SP? I consider this is a major flaw of the SP design. This site a great place for people to collaborate and share. In fact, many pages have been started by one user and grown by other users. The structure allows for other users to expand and link pages together. Works great until someone starts playing Jenga and pulling out the pieces.
My feeling is that if someone is willing to delete all their contributions and walk out the door, then I'd rather them not make any contributions in the first place.
If someone makes a page, I consider them a caretaker not an owner. They have the privilege to decide what information is published on that page but they shouldn't have the right to delete.
SP contributions should be permanent and belong to the community.
Or would this dissuade you from contributing? Let's hear it: For or Against.