On Fri, 2004-02-27 at 10:23, uninvited(a)nerstrand.net wrote:
On the English Wikipedia, neither Rookies nor IP users are permitted to edit Frequently
Well, catch me if I'm wrong, but I thought that editing frequently
edited articles weren't the problem. People keep their eye on them, and
find it easy to revert. It's when "rookies" make new articles or edit
the "Least Frequently Edited" articles that they slip under the radar.
=== PART TWO ===
To aid in enforcement of hard bans, Wikipedians may list any user on
[[Wikipedia:Petitions for users of concern]], thus starting a petition. Criteria for
listing a user are: controversial edits and a belief that the user may have been banned
previously. These are subjective criteria and Wikipedians are to use their best judgment.
When there are eight or more Wikipedians in support of the petition (regardless of how
many may be opposed), the user must demonstrate their real-world identity to the Wikipedia
Bureaucracy within 10 days; if they do not do so, their editing privileges are suspended
until they do.
I'll share my real identity with Wikipedia as soon as I'm on