It's an ongoing problem: anonymous editors vandalising pages. Ever since our spotlight in October, there has been a sudden increase in anonymous editing, which is great — but not when it's not what they call "contributing". Using an old laptop is tedious, especially when you have to patrol WikiActivity steadfastly, jumping to evaluate recent edits made. But the problem is, almost all of those edits are not constructive, problematic, cleverly concealed behind simple edit summaries. It's annoying, it truly is. So I'm removing anonymous editing for good. Yes, it's not coming back, and it probably will stay like that. As unfortunate as it is the right thing to do, there's no other solution. I'm sorry this is a negative way to celebrate Wikipool's increasing popularity, but, in truth, the few edits made by new users are mostly a hindrance; and it's not in the way of people just making mistakes with coding, etc. it's the fact that people are deliberately submitting useless edits that aren't adding anything to Wikipool's content. If you think a wiki is comprehensive, there's no need to vandalise it, as they say. Wikipool is incomplete, but is full of information, so we don't need vandalism with a project that could potentially benefit you.
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