On 2/12/06, Sam Korn <smoddy(a)gmail.com> wrote:
While I recognise the validity of your question, I really don't think
I am the person to select for this. Most of my articlespace edits are
vandalism reverts anyway!
In one of the articles recently cited I noticed a misleading
statistic, that 50% of all edits were made by some fairly small (600?)
number of editors. It's the problem of not having a smaller unit of
change than "an edit". Bots, punctuation fixers, vandalism fixers etc
all have massive numbers of edits, but it doesn't mean they're big
Again I call for more edit summary flags. A "reverting vandalism" flag
would be nice. It's ironic in that vandal tool program that can't
distinguish between vandalism and reverting vandalism - both appear as
massive additions/deletions of text.