Last modified: 2006-05-14 03:21:28 UTC
This request is for an Administrator to revert changes made by one user within a
given date and time range. (May allow revert of all changes since account
creation, if possible)
The purpose of this bug is for two reasons:
Revert the work of a bad bot or speedy bot that is not approved
Revert of a quick vandal who has vandalized many pages.
Additionally, the way I figure it, if we have the server script do this, it can
efficiently queue up the SQL request for reverts. (Maybe lock those pages in
progress of being reverted) This cuts down the process of X requests from a
single Administrator's browser to the web server for X number of reverts.
Instead, we get 1 request from an Administrator's web browser for X number of
reverts. Rather than a one to one ratio of web server requests, I think a one
to many would be much more efficient.
This bug may have similiarities to bug 5218.
This bug would be useful in conjuction to bug 4730.
Merging with bug 5218.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 5218 ***