--- Comment #2 from Tim Landscheidt <> ---
(In reply to comment #1)
> This bug is invalid, as far as I'm concerned. It's still unclear what's going
> to happen to the wiki at, but I can't fathom a reason
> that
> we would need to protect outdated/historical pages such as the Toolserver
> account approval policy. And protecting individual pages on a wiki (or not)
> is
> outside the scope of Bugzilla.

Regarding the first aspect, I didn't look for a reason, but the pages are
protected currently, and I see no reason not to transfer that setting that has
been enabled for years; if we found some time in the future that this was a
mistake or just unnecessary, it would take a couple of clicks to unprotect

Regarding the second aspect, this bug is "part" of the mother bug 60220.  It's
a small, actionable item with clear dependencies so that it is not missed in a
gush of text and comments.  Its topic isn't protecting pages on a wiki, but
preserving the protection status as part of the migration.

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