That's pretty ironic considering that you violated the good faith. If you acted in good faith you would have created a thread here and asked before reverting, and you'd see this thread. In reality DannyS712's revert could be considered slightly sensible because I only documented the parameter without fixing the link, every revert after that was just downright unconstructive, considering that I amended the page to include a URL which clearly demonstrated how it worked, and added an edit summary reflecting the edits.
It is pretty simple, read before acting, if someone makes a contribution, check that it is accurate, if it is not revert it. If the original contributor adds more information, double check that it is right before blindly reverting it. The edit was so obvious that it didn't even need an edit summary, because the link itself provided adequate proof which would be trivial to double check by simply clicking it before and after.
The funniest thing is that this page wouldn't even have existed on this wiki if I hadn't resurrected it and imported it from meta.
Having an account wouldn't fix anything, some users here blindly revert even registered users.