On 10 January 2014 20:28, Oliver Keyes <oke...@wikimedia.org> wrote:

> For 1: because it'd be impossible to accurately associate notifications
> with the person, I assume.

Apparently that's the reason.

However, being able to thank IP contributors for their contribution
would be FANTASTIC. Saying "thank you" to casual drive-by contributors
would give them quite a buzz, I'd think.

Perhaps a timeout? Say, you can thank an IP for their edit within 1
hour? We can experiment and see what time gives the best amount of
thanks versus mistakes.

- d.

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