I'm about to delete the remaining pages on the namespace 1 (Talk). They're basically an old link to a comment (on article) that has been posted before UCP. Now it seems that all the talk migrations have been completed, and we can see that these old comments even appear on the right place of user contributions, that is User > Activity > Comments.
But they also appear as a duplicate in the user "Contributions" tab, because they were considered wiki editions before UCP. And they generate logs on "What links here" pages and on "File usage" sections, because they contain wiki links. Now those logs have little to no use, as these links were all converted to HTML on the actual comment. And even if the comment is edited by an admin, the root link located on the Talk namespace won't be updated.
So my question, before I delete a few thousands of these UCP migration rubbish is: do you think these links could be useful for anything? Like, could I be causing more trouble to the wiki by deleting them?