A question to the Autoeditors. And MB in general. Quality Control question.
(Not sure if this is the right place… but I think this is relevant to people here… but bump this to a new thread if needed. I wanted eyes and brains on this question)
I understand that Autoeditors can speed up edits. But who is it that goes and undoes the errors caused by someone who clearly misunderstands how MB works?
When a user appears, especially a noobie, who is clearly ignoring requests to stop damaging the database, why is it that no one goes to look at their editing history?
I had this guy come up on my “edits done to subscribed entries” list freemusic14
He had added a clearly photoshopped image to the original Dark Side of the Moon. This he set as “front”. Even though the release already had a lovely set of quality images of the actual cover. @tigerman325 spotted his actions and hit the NO…
I thought I’d help by adding a short description of what he did wrong. See if he’d learn by mistakes. But then I went and looked at his edit history. And it is clear this is not the only album he is doing this to. When he is questioned, he just cancels the edit and puts it back in later. This has been going on for a few months.
So what is policy on this? Isn’t this the kind of person that should be watched and nursed and checked?