Discontinued Linux distributions

Discontinued Linux distributions I see this category. Some distributions are certainly still relevant after his death, for its historical value, because it influenced others, because they came to have many users, it emerged from companies or large groups, because they are linked from other articles … (I know, Yggdrasil Linux, Corel Linux, Red Hat Linux, maybe even Linspire, surely some other). But some of it seems to me we do nothing or almost nothing. What would be the correct procedure, we have a policy about it, choose those that seem most irrelevant and I will put a candidate for deletion 4lex (talk) 2:53 April 12, 2010 (UTC) Do not think it necessary to remove these items. Xavigivax (Talk to me) 8:27 April 12, 2010 (UTC) No more pronounced, then Does everyone confused Several of them had articles in other languages and have been blurred, as Flonix or Jurix.Others, such as Linux or UserLinux Storm, barely an article, or on our wikipedia or others. Amber just got a Linux version, and the site of the company that developed it is down. Will I be putting their foot if they put a bid to erase and wait for me out of my mistake and show its relevance – 4lex (talk) 16:00 April 16, 2010 (UTC) Nothing to say, apply WP: ASR, that’s what it is. Sanbec -) 8:08 April 21, 2010 (UTC) deleted queries consume resources of the community. By contrast, the space occupied by these items are not considered “community resources” (WP: NOES paper). IMHO, if you can apply a speedy deletion because it does not fit in the case of WP: PBR, probably not worth digging. There should be a rule requiring stubs for every ten articles on WN to open. Gaeddal April 21, 2010 12:46 (UTC) Strongly agree, I remember when schools did EE articles.UU., I deleted about 15 items, but none did any other item. Vrysxy Californication! April 25, 2010 00:56 (UTC)