It still drives me crazy that you refuse to let us edit other users posts. Especially if it's a second account or IP address the user owns. All we want to do is fixing broken links, templates and such. Come one, that's not an unusual use case. Not at all. You can't just remove one of the, no, the most basic function from a Wiki. Give us write access to all posts.
Don't get me wrong. The efforts and progress of the project keep impressing me and I'm definitely looking forward to use it on selected talk pages. The UI feels good. It's clean and fast. I would even use the word "fun" to describe it. But this project is pretty much guaranteed to fail if everything is full protection by default (no, that's not an opinion, I know that from over ten years in-wiki experience).
- Let us edit our own accidental IP edits.
- Let us edit our own posts we wrote with other accounts.
- Let us fix template redirects so they are not stuck on WhatLinksHere forever and we can delete unused redirects without destroying talk pages.
- Let us resolve redirects in other users posts for the same reason.
- Let us fix broken syntax that (potentially) messes up following posts.
- Let us remove insulting words or sentences from otherwise helpful posts without the need to hide the post completely.
- Let us revert spam posts. Not hide, revert.
- Let us fix broken templates in a users post.
- If a user asks for syntax help why shouldn't we just show him how to fix it? That's so much easier. He can look at the diff instead of comparing his and our sourc... oh, wait. He can't show our source because he can't edit our post. Great.
Why do we need to bother admins with such simple tasks?
Let us edit everything.