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Hi everyone,

I asked Carlb in a mail if he could create another user right, named "Patroller". This patroller is no admin, but has some extra features for registered users. So the right is a normal user +

  • autopatrol = edits of this user are automaticly marked as patrolled
  • patrol = this allows the user to mark edits as patrolled
  • rollback = easily rollback edits

This right is already in use by Oncyclopedia (nl) (see the last user right beneeth: nl:Speciaal:GroepsrechtenWeergeven) and it would be a nice tool for active users who are not admin. I requested this especially for no:, simple:, sv: and also meta: (this wiki) and common: (Commons). I asked if Carlb can make it default on all wikis (if possible).

On this wiki, all users who have rollback status will get this user right.

CartoonistHenning (talk) 19:34, 21 August 2011 (UTC)

In addition, I requested some additional rights packages specifically for the wiki I operate simple:

  • Sysop-lite (Sysops who cannot block)-used at RationalWikiWiki and is effective in cases of blocking abuse and training
  • SkipCaptcha-trusted users complained about the captcha--Colonel Sanders (talk) 19:55, 21 August 2011 (UTC)

In Desgalipedia usually reserve the Rollback right to revision vandalized reversals, as the discussion seems to be a good idea. Rhubella selo-02.pngRhubella Marie, the rat sockpreppie 2,852 preppieditsRhubella selo-01.png 20:39, 21 August 2011 (UTC)

I agree with that. Mgs (talkthings to revert) 22:25, 21 August 2011 (UTC)

It reminds me a little thing. Mgs, you are an inactive Rollback in Desgalipedia. Rhubella selo-02.pngRhubella Marie, the rat sockpreppie 2,852 preppieditsRhubella selo-01.png 02:05, 22 August 2011 (UTC)
SkipCaptcha should have been available for all autoconfirmed users (ie: anyone able to edit semi-protected pages). That this was not set when the new server was deployed appears to have been an oversight on my part. --Carlb (talk) 07:09, 25 August 2011 (UTC)
"ie". You mean id est or interlingue? CartoonistHenning (talk) 11:52, 25 August 2011 (UTC)
Henning, ie is an abbraviation, actually written as i.e., and means Id Est, and you can imagine what that could mean. It is or it means Roye7777777 ~ Talk 14:31, 25 August 2011 (UTC)
Speaking about oversight: there are still some users on Oncyclopedia who have the oversight userright, while that userright does not excist anymore. Quite spooky... Roye7777777 ~ Talk 14:37, 25 August 2011 (UTC)
Sorry to intrude but I do not think "ie" in this case is not exactly Interlingue language. Carlb, this has a specific function? (I mean "ie"). Rhubella selo-02.pngRhubella Marie, the rat sockpreppie 2,852 preppieditsRhubella selo-01.png 17:54, 25 August 2011 (UTC)
Ofc it's an abbr... no one has to repeat that for me. I already knew that, but it wasn't clear on the first sight whether Carlb meant id est or interlingue. I suppose he meant id est. It just means "that means" (@Roy, zoals in het Nederlands d.i./d.w.z.) CartoonistHenning (talk) 22:11, 25 August 2011 (UTC)