I don't think that is a good idea. It removes much of the editing incentive of getting an account and makes editing more tiresome for those who edit the most (users).

-Aaron Schulz

> Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2007 18:16:03 -0700
> From: jleybov@gmail.com
> To: wikiquality-l@lists.wikimedia.org
> Subject: [Wikiquality-l] default views
> All,
> The proposed behavior of the flagged revision extension is to show the
> last reviewed version only to anonymous users. I submit that this is
> should be default behavior for ALL users (subject to personalization
> settings override, I guess). The question here is not just of
> vandalism control, but also of making Wikipedia's content creation
> process more deliberative. The power to command an article's content
> by submitting the last edit is an incentive not only for vandalism,
> but also the sort of uncivil version contention that has long been
> damaging the community's social fabric. In making the last reviewed
> version of an article the default view for practically ALL users, we
> remove the incentive for not just vandalism, but all sorts of unsocial
> behavior.
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