Daniel Mayer wrote:
Not when fixing formatting. Having to fill-in an edit
significantly slow me down so I definitely would object to having to perform
the needless keystrokes for these mundane changes. However, when I do make an
edit worth documenting I do so nearly every time and if anything I over
document. This should stay a 'rule to consider' for at least logged-in users.
I'm pretty much the same as Mav. I make a lot of minor edits.
It's not too hard to hit TAB, type "typo" and press RETURN, but makign
summaries mandatory would be a pain.
It would be OK by me if this was a requirement for
non-logged-in users (along
with taking-away their ability to mark edits as minor).
... give non-logged-in users another
reason to log-in
It's nice when IPs become named users. But some irritating users are
wise to the fact that once they register we have a harder time banning
them for bad behavior (both technically and as a matter of principle...).