This is a request from the WikiProject Articles for Creation to lift the restriction on creating pages by unregistered users for pages with the prefix "Wikipedia:Articles for creation\"
*Currently unregistered users are prevented from creating pages in all subject spaces (i.e. non-talk pages).
*Articles for Creation (AfC) is a Wikipedia process for allowing unregistered users to submit articles. They are reviewed by experienced editors and, if suitable, created.
*AfC is currently using getting around the page creation restriction by putting new submissions in talk space. (All submissions have the prefix "Wikipedia talk:Articles for creation/Submissions/".)
*AfC is an important process as it allows unregistered users to participate fully in the project. Some editors do not want to register an account.
*The current process is abusing the namespace system. Article submissions should go into subject space; the talk page should be left for discussing the article.
*Sometimes orphaned talk pages are deleted in Wikipedia
*There is a bot (Sinebot) which signs all posts in talkspace. This is inappropriate here and there is not an easy way to exclude the bot.
Discussion about the process