I've noticed that most of the history of your talk page has been deleted, including several thousand revisions with nothing harmful. Was this unintentional? I noticed you weren't the one who carried out the deletion, and there wasn't a reason cited at the time. Night Gyr (talk/Oy) 23:24, 10 August 2007 (UTC)
This has been raised and answered several times in several places, including one of the noticeboards (I forget which, and it was archived a long time ago), here and here. As you are an administrator, I'm sure you know that it's not possible to click a button that will delete just the inappropriate revisions, when trolls post personal details, or what they believe to be personal details. You have to delete everything, and then restore everything that isn't objectionable. Now, when people have been trolling you for over a year, and have made harassing posts on (say) 17 June, 29 June, 2 July, 11 July, 20 July, 28 July, . . . . . . . . right up to today, and then an administrator sees more trolling and deletes the page again, it's not just a simple matter of restoring everything except today's edit. And when there are over thousands of edits in the deleted history, and you really don't want to restore something inappropriate through carelessness or stupidity, the best thing is to wait. I'm sure Slim would have restored the page herself long ago, after Crum375 deleted it, except that unfortunately she has been victim of a lot more harassment since then. Apart from the difficulty of going through the deleted history to decide what should and what shouldn't be restored, there's also the problem that it's so massive that the computer may freeze! I have been in touch with SlimVirgin privately about the best way to restore the page. For the moment, I would suggest that it's not a highly urgent matter, and that people should let the matter drop until she comes back. If she doesn't come back, it's even less urgent, as I recall Jimbo posting that when people leave and want their talk pages deleted, there's nothing wrong with respecting their wishes. ElinorD (talk) 23:52, 10 August 2007 (UTC)
So there is currently no time table, plans or estimation for when this will be done? --Android Mouse 00:59, 11 August 2007 (UTC)
Need to immediately observe/monitor all their pet projects & articles to see where they resurface, or if they already have. This should be a new project and goal, I think. I think Linda and Jay finally got the message, combined with wikien-l calling for them to leave.
Combine that with the fact that Linda Mack as SlimVirgin began getting non-Wikipedia/Wikipedia Review press at the EXACT same time that "Andrew Blum" as Jayjg came out in a wide way, both User:SlimVirgin and User:Jayjg all but vanish. I think the community and Internet oversight groups hit the bullseye. Slim is Linda, Jay is Andrew, and they're gone.
Neither have any business nor right to return without being identified for people to be aware of their nonsense. If their Wikicareers are over if they get 'spotted' again under new names, so be it. Bye. Work well with others and be nice people, and everyone will leave you alone. Try to be special people that are more important than everyone else and abuse other human beings, and you will be watched, tagged, monitored, and released back into the wild like the animals you choose to act like.
Some argue that SlimVirgin, AKA Linda Mack, and Jayjg, AKA Andrew Blum, are now on lifetime Wikipedia community probations.