Cpdpédia políticas
Article policies
Atribuição - Seja ousado - Política de apagamento
Conteúdo Hiperespaço - Guia de layout - Manual de Estilo
MOS: uso apropriado do hífen - objetividade
Notability of fan projects - Política de nomes
Política de proteção - Fonte
Regra de reversão - Trivia - Vandalismo
Políticas de uso
Autonomia administrativa - Política de bloqueio - Igualdade
Sem ataques pessoais - Política privada
Política de assinatura - Eleitores de questões simples
[Cpdpédia:Sock puppetry|Fantoches]] - Política de uso de imagens - Política de uso da página
Política do site
Cânone - Consenso - Imagens - Entrevistas
Política de ajustes
Política de exposição do site - O que a Cpdpédia não é
Políticas propostas
Bots - Civilidade - Copyrights - Fontes autênticas
Avoid instruction creep - Evitar auto-referências
Resolução de disputas
Não destrua a Cpdpédia para provas um ponto de vista
Redirecionamento suave - Cpdpedificar

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There are a number of possible reasons why a page might be protected:

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Pages which are fully protected can only be edited or moved by sysops. They may be protected for reasons including but not limited to the following:


  • Pages in the MediaWiki namespace are protected by default, for several reasons:
  1. Many messages are in plain HTML, hence users could insert malicious scripts,
  2. Vandalism of some messages would be extremely disruptive, for example changes to the text of the links in the sidebar would immediately be visible to all users,
  3. A few messages can cause the software to stop working if they are changed.


  • Protecting the Main Page from vandalism.
  • Maintaining the integrity of the copyright and license pages.
  • Maintaining the integrity of past press releases.
  • Protecting certain "system administration" pages.


  • Enforcing a "cool down" period to stop an "edit war," upon request. In such cases, protection is not an endorsement of the current version and any changes to be made should be discussed on the article's talk page.
  • Protecting a page that has been a recent target of persistent vandalism or persistent edits by a banned user.
  • Preventing changes to a page while investigating a possible bug.



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  • Fully protected from being moved but not protected from editing.
  • Protected from editing by unregistered or recently-registered users.

Reasons for semi-protection include:

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