Daniel Mayer wrote:
I as a regular user feel be punished. Or say it
different words: it's a sad story that I cannot help
fixing bad edits without three extra clicks.
If you want to help fix vandal edits real easy then become a sysop. Our only
real criteria is that a person known enough not to be a vandal and isn't
likely to abuse sysop powers. I hereby nominate you.
But we cannot let any random user have this ability; Vandals /will/ use it to
constantly revert every edit by users that show up in Recent Changes.
-- Daniel Mayer (aka mav)
I think the point that needs to be reiterated is that sysops do not have
any special status as regards editing or creating content. More sysops
are better, and the best way to point out that ''any'' well-behaved user
can be a sysop is to make it easier to become one, and publicise this.
Perhaps we need a "how to become a sysop" page, that explains this, and
a "requests for sysop status" page where you can nominate yourself.