On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 7:19 AM, Piotr Konieczny <piokon(a)post.pl> wrote:
Anonymous or low activity editors can contribute high
certainly, but quantity (and by extrapolation, most quality) comes from
(Case in point: no GA or FA can be written by an anon, or a SPE; and most
of the primary contributors to those articles likely have many high quality
edits to a large number of other articles).
What is this based on? I've seen a number of articles written by IP
addresses that have been GA quality articles. Anyone can nominate a GA.
(I could have nominated them for instance.) Rules may prohibit their
nomination at FA, but rules at GA do not prohibit articles primarily
written by IP addresses from being nominated.