https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=59146

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--- Comment #14 from rupert.thur...@gmail.com ---
just as a reference the cases of sockpuppet abuse:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Sock_puppetry. having probably not
enough experience here, i ask myself:

* if we still care about all of these points today, and what would happen if we
would not care any more? i can read and understand all of these points, but
have a hard time to imagine a real world damaging example in at least half of
the cases.

* if additional dynamic flags / roles would help? e.g. a "vote" flag, which
allows an account to vote. a default account (which can be created via tor as
well) would not have one. such flags/roles could also be used to mark "software
contributors" if some commit happened to a recognized project in the last X
months. which then would finally give these people as well the deserved
recognition especially from not so experienced members of our community.

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