Regarding the discussion of the Flagged Reviews extension, in my opinion it will be of
huge benefit to Wikisource. Both blatant vandalism and more insidious damage to texts will
largely irrelevant for any text that has a stable version, even *before* those edits are
reviewed. There will no longer be a strong need to protect texts or sections of texts.
This extension is a tool to make the efforts of expert editors more worthwhile (by letting
them waste less of their time and efforts dealing with vandalism and ill-considered
edits). It does not replace human expertise, but rather uses it more efficiently.
As to whether it will interfere with other extensions that are live at Wikisource wikis,
there has been no evidence that this is so, though of course it would be prudent to test
things first. I have put a query in what seems to be the most appropriate place for a
question of this sort, namely here:
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