Copyright issues are not to be taken lightly - not only because there is very real risk of people getting sued, but mostly because of gentlemanly honesty: if someone does not want their work to be publicly published, they have a right to have their work removed. Unless they have explicitly said that their work was allowed to be publicly published, of course!
This is the exact reason why Wikipedia has such strict rules for copyright licensing. Every word written on Wikipedia has to be licensed with a special copyright license which allows work contributed to Wikipedia to be publically published: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Copyrights
With the Wikipedia scheme, it is not possible to "submarine" the system by requesting one's work to be removed after it has been contributed.
I have removed the MirrorShine article again. Please, do not try to revert the MirrorShine page to an older version. The original author has explicitly asked it to be removed. It is much
better to, as j suggested, simply rewrite the article. After all, it is not that
much work (and most of us know how the mirror shine process works
). It is also the only honest thing to do.