For those with at least 10k reputation on main, refer to this question, this comment and revision history. I'll add a transcription at the bottom of this question for those with insufficient reputation.
Long history short, OP requested deletion of a question for containing private image contents.
Don't get me wrong:
I'm aware that private content shall never be kept publicly available on Stack Exchange and will most often be removed upon owner's request, at moderators' discretion;
I'm not wronging a Diamond Moderator (which I helped electing)'s actions, in the other hand, I agree that such content should be removed.
However, I'm questioning whether there was no better action to be taken:
The images themselves were just a screenshot of a google font, which do not seem very private. As the image URLs' contents have changed, I assume OP actually meant that those URLs are private.
Nevertheless, the question could live and hold meaning even without those images. Diamond moderators can edit it removing the images, then permanently remove the revisions that contain the private URLs from the revision history, can't they?
The drawbacks I see from deleting the question entirely:
Stack Overflow loses content (a negligible amount, but does), therefore future users can't benefit from that question's answers;
Users whom have put effort and time into answering the question properly lose their gained reputation as well as their answers losing all future meaning, so that these answers served for nothing but fixing the issue for OP. This somehow reminds me of systematically self-deleting, but I believe his request was actually due to his question containing private data.
Transcription of the question:
How to make a HTML5 font lighter when fontWeight doesn't work?
Google's Oswald font seems to ignore the "fontWeight" css property. It's very bold:
[[google font screenshot]]
How to make it lighter? This is the result I want:
[[another google font screenshot]]
Had two answers, total +3 answers score with accepted answer.