https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=22713

--- Comment #2 from merl <bugrepor...@to.mabomuja.de> 2010-03-04 03:09:57 UTC 
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It's not Vandalisms, but Edit-War. And i made very good experience by limiting
the edit count on a single page per user on dewiki. I set a limit of three
edits per day for each user and article and that reduces die edit-war and in
most cases solves the problem by time.
Some full locks in the past weren't not successful because the party of the
blocked version did not participate at the discussion.

I tried the editlimit at some pages which had sysop protected since years and
after a week the edit war stopped in about 80% of the pages. Now there aren't
many sysop protected pages anymore.

But with rollback you can bypass the edit limit.
I think you know that it is not always easy to revoke editor right for people
committing since years and the editlimit filter is more effective than i ever
expected in my dreams before.

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