--- Comment #19 from Ryan Kaldari <rkald...@wikimedia.org> ---
The use-case is the following:
Number of useful edits from anonymous mobile editors < number of non-useful
edits from anonymous mobile editors, but number of useful edits from anonymous
desktop editors > number of non-useful edits from anonymous desktop editors. I
imagine for most WMF wikis the equation will work out in favor of anonymous
editing on mobile, but I'm not as sure about 3rd party wikis (where there is
less social cost for non-useful edits). We already know from existing data that
editing behavior is different on mobile than desktop, and we also know from
existing desktop data that anonymous editing is different than logged in
editing. Thus it is reasonable to conclude that anonymous mobile editing will
show a unique set of behaviors (and thus wiki administrators should be able to
treat them as a unique group in the software). At least that's my 2 cents.
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