While I can respect that decision - most of those contributions don't have "lasting value" in the sense of the law - you can't just throw them away. They contain brilliant ideas, humour, some strokes of genius, and show what rampant creativity and artfulness is present in the programming community.
I request that these questions be archived in their entirety somewhere as static HTML. I'm sure the community will be willing to do the work but there should be a storage location for this that isn't dependent on people's private hosting arrangements and breaks after a few years. Ideally, that location would be provided by Stack Overflow.
Those questions were cached on datastore before the deletion so I can still serve them from db.
I have cached a lot of other endangered questions (comments here) that when deleted, will automatically pop up in that list.
I proposed other.stackexchange.comhere, which could house these types of questions, without 'reducing the quality' of the other SE sites (an argument with which I disagree). If moderators and the overall community is going to say 'this isn't welcome here', then let's make a place where it IS welcome.
These questions exist in the creative commons data dumps for previous months; they should already be mirrored a bunch of places. Feel free to set up another mirror under the terms of the creative commons license as you see fit.