--- Comment #14 from Aaron Schulz <> 2010-12-03 18:56:48 
UTC ---
(In reply to comment #13)
> Well, if I understand correctly your point, this may be a problem only if the
> restored revision has some problems which the rollbacked good edit was trying
> to address, because in that case something has changed (the evaluation of the
> restored revision may change because we know something new about it); but such
> a use of rollback is considered an abuse everywhere, as far as I know: 
> rollback
> should basically be used only for vandalism.

Well, that too. But I was thinking of the fact that a good edit was reverted
and "lost" unless someone decides to look through the page history, notices it,
and restores it.

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