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Speaking from experience, waiting for a suggested edit to be approved (before 2000 rep.) can be tiring and annoying. So what I want to know is if you guys think the following is a good idea. For those of us (me) who are avid editors, after ~100-150 approved edits, we get a privilege on the site that allows us to immediately publish edits that we make. This is just an idea, and I'd love your feedback or suggestions for improvements on this

  • What's with all the downvotes? The question/suggestion was made in good faith. Such downvotes intimidate other people from suggesting things here. – rclocher3 Dec 2 '16 at 17:45
  • @rclocher3 Voting is different on meta. – Eliah Kagan Sep 6 '17 at 17:19
  • @EliahKagan Aha, makes sense now, thanks for pointing that out. – rclocher3 Sep 7 '17 at 0:55
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Features like this are put behind an experience wall because we want experience.
Both technical with the subject matter, and with the system.

150 good edits is equivalent a weekend of contact time for some people. That's not nearly enough time to get everything right, or more importantly, for the system to notice a problem (in appropriate edits, etc).

We don't want new users in a position where they can cause lots damage without oversight.

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