On 4/3/07, Gregory Maxwell <gmaxwell(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 4/2/07, Erik Moeller <erik(a)wikimedia.org>
I think that's pretty important to have; if
want vandalism review
(which is going to have the biggest PR impact) to be scalable, we need
to be able to flag lots of changes by trusted users automatically as
My understanding of this feature was that if the current version is
trusted and a trusted editor edits it, their version will preserve the
non-vandalized level of review automatically. Correct?
Yes, that's how it should work. If it is not trusted, it would be nice
approve previous edits as unvandalized _while_ making his own.
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