You've closed on the fact that you've decided to not cover the DC side. However, I'm still confused about why we are keeping red links. I can deal with you deciding not to cover Mission Marvel. I can ignore third-party characters like Doctor Who. But I can't handle red links to articles we don't cover. Red links are added to Wanted Pages. Also what is the point of leaving them red links if we're not going to create them? I mean we can learn some things from Doctor Who's article. And leaving Mission Marvel out can prevent coverage of a silly cartoon that has little to do with Marvel. But with the red links for DC characters? I do not find that a good solution at all. They get listed in Wanted Pages, meaning you're lying to the server. And since it led me to believe that we wanted DC articles, who knows if someone else gets led to believe that? That could lead to Superman's page getting created. Which would eventually get deleted. You don't want to have to delete Superman eight times, do you? You can protect Superman's page and the other DC character pages from being created, but that still makes the red links pointless.
I really think black text is a much better solution. If DC Database could finally cover 7246, that'll be great. But the reality number had to be only official to one side of the crossover. We linked to New Earth characters for a while. Why couldn't we keep doing that? And Primestar suggested linking to the disambig pages. That's a great idea too. That way, people can find a Superman article they want to read about. But keeping red links? What's the point? Sorry for being so defiant, but I still find DC red links to be a problem.
it's not about the question whether we're going to cover them - that's an admin decision and as you might have noticed, there's been no agreement amongst the admins for now. But that's our problem, not yours. We have heard the suggestions, and we're debating. For the time being, we have decided that the ed links will stay. This means that you will leave them alone and you will not bring this up in the near future. You are obsessing with an issue of relatively minor relevance and you're constantly going on everyone's nerves with it. Please. Stop. Seriously.