As we all know, the Mass Edits are going on/Done. Granted, I can't tell which it is, because they decided to finish up in secret.
Thus leads to my problem.
The ONLY SCP I have created was deleted. This, would be fine, if someone had told me it was slated, and that I had a chance to save it, LET ALONE told me what was wrong so next time I could avoid those pitfalls.
Some might deduce that bad SCPs should just be burned, no reason, no questions asked. While this has some solid ground to stand on, this leaves writers of SCPs kind of in the dark about what was wrong with the ones that were burned to begin with, and with no chance of learning from the mistakes of that SCP.
Why not alert us when something we created is slated, if not for a chance to save it, then why it was bad and suggestions that could be made to improve the writer's skills at making SCPs. Else, we're going to be stuck with the ones we have, and where's the fun in that?