In feb 2011 there was a broad wiki message

most-useful-free-net-libraries https://stackoverflow.com/questions/662956/most-useful-free-net-libraries

with many useful wiki entries ordered by category.

why was this removed from Stack Overflow "for reasons of moderation?"

Is it possible to put bring that page back again?

  • google search suggested at 404 page shown for this question shows a reference to another one as top link: "What is the most useful .net library you've found?" stackoverflow.com/questions/233648/…
    – gnat
    Nov 29 '12 at 10:24
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    @gnat That link isn't nearly as complete or well written. K3b, I flagged the question asking for it to be undeleted as although it is "not-constructive" by SE's standards, it is well-written, very useful, and I think it does make the internet a better place. I'd ask for a historical lock based on it's votes/views/favorites, however it looks like it's still actively being maintained because the latest edit was earlier this month. If the flag doesn't work, your best bet is to post a question on Meta.SO asking for undeletion, and objectively explaining why you don't think it should be deleted.
    – Rachel
    Nov 29 '12 at 12:34

I don't know. Why don't you ask on Meta Stack Overflow as the question is on Stack Overflow not Programmers.

That said there are a couple of questions referencing deleted content:

Deleted Meta Questions Archive



That may help you.

  • Sorry, I used the wrong meta: -(. Lets see if Rachels vote to undelete works ....
    – k3b
    Nov 29 '12 at 13:45
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    @k3b - Rachel won't be able to vote as the question was deleted by a moderator. All she can do is flag it.
    – ChrisF Mod
    Nov 29 '12 at 14:10
  • @k3b My flag got dismisses as "helpful", however the question was not undeleted. Your best chance would probably be to create a post on Meta.StackOverflow asking for it to be undeleted, and outlining why you think it should be undeleted despite not matching SE's question guidelines.
    – Rachel
    Nov 30 '12 at 14:54

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