From: Andre Engels <engels(a)uni-koblenz.de>
> The problem with the current rollback is that it
> revert to the previous edit. We would rather to
> to the previous edit before the user.
As far as I know, that is what rollback does -
reverting to the
last edit of another user than the current one.
Yes. I just tested. This is true. I had always thought
it reverted just to the last edit. That is good news.
> However, one disagreement with loggued in people
> that they can move pages. While anyone can revert
> edits made by a vandal, only sysops can fix a move
> back. That would be the only superior reason to
> a user than I can see.
No, when a page is moved, the original title will
redirect without history, so any registered user can
back. Problems only arise when a page has been moved
once (in that case one will have to undo all moves in
order rather than doing it at once), or when the
page has been edited (in that case one does indeed
powers to first delete the redirecting page).
I am astonished. I just tried this, and yes, you are
right. I just did not know it was possible ! I thought
as soon as a page A had been moved to B, it was
necessary to delete A to move back to B !
That changes a lot of things. I am not sure french
people know this.
Ok thanks Andr�
PS : for my first attempt, I had a software error I
must say. The page A was indicated moved to B, it had
the redirect, it had no more history but the
redirect...but there was no page at B ...hum
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