Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
While people are, of course, free to choose what to
on, that is a fundamental part of the way Wikipedia works, it makes
sense to encourage people to work in a particular way.
Well there are several different types of things that people do, and
the ones that require editorial discernment just don't equate with the
things that can be done by endless slogging nameless user cycles.
Indeed, but FlaggedRevs will fix that problem
Did you just say "panacea?"
That difference doesn't look significant to me....
dewiki relatively more highly active users than enwiki, which I would
expect to mean dewiki would handle such reviews better than enwiki.
Well there you go.
I just understand that there are better ways to do "it," (whatever
that means), ways to do "it" better, and ways to do a better "it." In
a nutshell, I mean.