Rob Lanphier <> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
         Depends on|                            |24124

--- Comment #8 from Rob Lanphier <> 2010-09-27 16:46:58 UTC 
(In reply to comment #6)
> Stupid question, when I am reviewing stuff on enwikinews (which i recognize 
> has
> a slightly different set up then 'pedia) and click the [review] link from
> special:oldreviewedpages I get a diff between the current version and the
> stable version, with the most recent version of the page (which is in parser
> cache from what i understand) displayed underneath. At what point does an old
> revision get displayed to the user?

Not a stupid question at all.  We thought we pretty much fixed this problem
when we fixed bug 24124, but it turns out this feature causes people to cruise
the history a lot.  For example, if there are two or more revisions after the
latest accepted revision, reviewers are expected to inspect each revision
rather than accepting/rejecting the diff in totality.

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