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Requests for permissions

This page enables administrators to handle requests for permissions on the English Wikipedia. Administrators are able to modify account creator, autopatrolled, confirmed, file mover, extended confirmed, mass message sender, new page reviewer, page mover, pending changes reviewer, rollback, template editor rights and AutoWikiBrowser access.

Editors wishing to request a permission flag here should do so following the procedure below. Editors requesting permissions are advised to periodically revisit the requests page, as notifications will not always be given after a decision is made. Editors should not expect their request to be answered right away and should remember to be patient when filing a request. To find out what permissions your account has, go to Special:Preferences, where your permissions are listed in the user profile tab under "Member of groups".

Requests for permissions are archived regularly, please see Wikipedia:Requests for permissions/Archive for an index of past requests.

Bot report: No errors! Report generated at 03:40, 17 January 2019 (UTC)


Handled here

User groups

  • Account creator (add requestview requests): The account creator flag is granted to users who are active in the request an account process. The flag removes the limit on the maximum number of new accounts that can be created in a 24 hour period. It also allows users to make accounts with names similar to other accounts. The account creator flag is only given to users who participate in the ACC process and may be removed without notice should a user's participation in the account creation process cease.
  • Autopatrolled (add requestview requests): The autopatrolled flag is granted to users who are active in the creation of new articles. This tool is granted so their creations are auto patrolled in Special:NewPages. Unlike other requests, any user may nominate an editor for Autopatrolled, even without that user's consent. A user who wishes to have this flag generally should have created at least 25 articles and must be trusted, experienced, and must have demonstrated they are familiar with Wikipedia's policies and guidelines, especially WP:BLP and Wikipedia:Notability.
  • AutoWikiBrowser (add requestview requests): AutoWikiBrowser is a semi-automated MediaWiki editor for Microsoft Windows, designed to make tedious repetitive tasks quicker and easier. It is essentially a browser that automatically opens up a new page when the last is saved. When set to do so, it suggests some changes (typically formatting) that are generally meant to be incidental to the main change. Please read the quick guide on the main page before requesting permission. This is not a true user right, but access needs to be granted by administrators just like other permissions. If approved, your name will be added to the CheckPage. Users with under 250 non-automated mainspace edits or 500 total mainspace edits are rarely approved. You will need to give a reason for wanting AWB access.
  • Confirmed (add requestview requests): The confirmed flag may be granted to new users who have not yet hit the threshold for autoconfirmed status. These are users who have not had both 10 edits and 4 days experience. People with this flag can upload files and edit semi-protected pages before hitting the autoconfirmed flag. Users requesting this flag must indicate clearly why they should be exempted from the customary confirmation period.
  • Extended confirmed (add requestview requests): The extended confirmed flag is normally automatically added to accounts after 500 edits and 30 days, but may be added to legitimate alternate accounts of users that already have this access. The flag allows users to edit pages under extended confirmed protection.
  • Event coordinator (add requestview requests): The event coordinator user right allows editors to create multiple new accounts, and to temporarily confirm accounts so that they can create new articles.
  • File mover (add requestview requests): The file mover user right is intended to allow users experienced in working with files to rename them, subject to policy, with the ease that autoconfirmed users already enjoy when renaming Wikipedia articles.
  • Mass message sender (add requestview requests): Mass message sender enables users to send messages to multiple users at once. This flag is given to users who have had made requests for delivery in the past, clearly showing an understanding of the guidance for use.
  • New page reviewer (add requestview requests): The new page reviewer user right allows users to mark pages as patrolled and use the page curation hoverbar. At administrators' discretion, the right may be accorded on a time limited basis or indefinite.
  • Page mover (add requestview requests): The page mover user right allows users experienced in working with article names to move them, subject to policy, without leaving behind a redirect. They may also move all subpages when moving the parent page(s). General guidelines include making 3,000 edits and 6 months of editing history. At administrators' discretion, the right may be accorded on a time limited basis or indefinite.
  • Pending changes reviewer (add requestview requests): The reviewer flag is granted to users who are experienced enough with Wikipedia editing and its policies for contributing to the process of reviewing articles placed under pending changes.
  • Rollback (add requestview requests): Rollback enables users to remove vandalism much more quickly and efficiently than by undoing it. Users who do not demonstrate an understanding of what constitutes capable vandalism fighting, either because they have no or little history of doing so, or show a poor ability to discern between good and bad faith edits will not be granted this right. Also, it is unlikely that editors with under 200 mainspace edits will have their request granted. For a more detailed explanation of rollback and information about when it is appropriate to use the tool, see Wikipedia:Rollback. For information about the technical details of the feature, see here.
  • Template editor (add requestview requests): The template editor flag allows users to edit protected templates and Lua modules. General guidelines for granting include making at least 1,000 edits overall (with at least 150 to templates or modules), being a registered user for over a year, and having a record of successfully proposing significant edits to several protected templates. Users should demonstrate proficiency with template syntax and an understanding of the need for caution when editing heavily-used templates.

Handled elsewhere

Several permissions are requested and handled elsewhere:

Removal of permissions

If you wish to have any of your permission flags (except administrator) removed, you should contact an administrator. If you want your administrator flag removed, you should contact a bureaucrat.

This is not the place to request review of another user's rights. If you believe someone's actions merit removal of a permission flag, you should raise your concern at the incidents noticeboard.

Note: The bureaucrat, checkuser and oversight flags cannot be removed using this process page; those need to be posted at Steward requests/Permissions. Stewards will typically not carry out such requests unless they are made on behalf of the Arbitration Committee, by a user who is requesting their own access be removed, or in cases of an emergency.



To make a request for a permission, click "add request" next to the appropriate header and fill in the reason for wanting permission.

Any editor may comment on requests for permission.


Administrators are permitted to grant account creator, autopatrolled, confirmed, event coordinator, file mover, mass message sender, pending changes reviewer, rollback and template editor flags to any user who meets the criteria explained above and can be trusted not to abuse the tool(s). Administrators may either grant these permissions permanently or temporarily. For convenience, a bot will automatically comment with relevant data if the user does not meet configurable qualifications. Even if the bot does not comment, administrators should review the user's contributions and logs to ensure the tools will be used appropriately and check for any indication of potential misuse.

Once an administrator has granted a permission or decided to deny a request, they should add {{done}} or {{not done}} respectively under the request with their comments. If a user already has the requested permission, or is autoconfirmed and requesting confirmed, {{already done}} should be used. N hours after the last comment was made (as specified by the config), the request will be archived automatically: approved requests will be placed here; declined requests will go here. See User:MusikBot/PermClerk#Archiving for more information on archiving functionality.

Current requests

Account creator




User:Dr.Vishal Yaduvanshi

Dr.Vishal Yaduvanshi (talk) 03:43, 14 January 2019 (UTC)

Please confirm my account on wikipedia.I have already confirmed it by link send to my mail.

 Automated comment An extraneous header or other inappropriate text was removed from this request MusikBot talk 03:50, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
Not done - Hi, and thank you for creating an account to edit Wikipedia. Although I fully understand your desire to dive right in, many of our articles are semi-protected because they are controversial, prone to vandalism, or other reasons. As a new editor with few edits, it might be wise to discuss your edits on the article talkpage in order to gain consensus for your edits, and then use {{Edit semi-protected}} to request the edit be performed. I only recommend this until you're used to the challenges of reliable sources, the biographies of living persons policy, and other similar policies. The good news is that fewer than 5% of Wikipedia articles are protected; this means that 95% of the articles can use your help right now!  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  07:29, 14 January 2019 (UTC)


Hello I been wanting to write an article for some time, but never had the time, my account is old but I do not have enough edits to upload files. I need to upload files so I can use on my sandbox to start writing the wiki article.

Thank you Rek2 (talk) 22:11, 14 January 2019 (UTC)

Already done (automated response): This user already has the "autoconfirmed" user right. MusikBot talk 22:20, 14 January 2019 (UTC)

User:Right 20000

Right 20000 (talk) 16:28, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
 Automated comment An extraneous header or other inappropriate text was removed from this request MusikBot talk 16:30, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
Not done - Hi, and thank you for creating an account to edit Wikipedia. Although I fully understand your desire to dive right in, many of our articles are semi-protected because they are controversial, prone to vandalism, or other reasons. As a new editor with few edits, it might be wise to discuss your edits on the article talkpage in order to gain consensus for your edits, and then use {{Edit semi-protected}} to request the edit be performed. I only recommend this until you're used to the challenges of reliable sources, the biographies of living persons policy, and other similar policies. The good news is that fewer than 5% of Wikipedia articles are protected; this means that 95% of the articles can use your help right now!  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  19:46, 16 January 2019 (UTC)


Reason for requesting confirmed rights Storymaker12 (talk) 04:56, 17 January 2019 (UTC)

Event coordinator

User:Delphine Dallison

Tony, I've just noticed that the temporary Event Coordinator rights you'd given me expired at the end of last year without giving me a notification. Could I please have them given back asap, as I am in the middle of a training event and they would be really useful right now. I also have a number of events planned for the next few weeks as aprt of 1lib1ref and for the rest of my residency. Delphine Dallison (talk) 12:51, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done added for 1 month. — xaosflux Talk 12:59, 14 January 2019 (UTC)


I am requesting account creator status for Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon events I am hosting on January 25, 2019 and February 15, 2019 Egallaugher (talk) 14:59, 15 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done until 17 February 2019 TonyBallioni (talk) 15:03, 15 January 2019 (UTC)


I am requesting permanent Event Coordinator rights, as I am one of the regional coordinators for Art+Feminism. I will be holding events, and support events in Spain, Italy, Ireland, Scotland, Malta, UK, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia. I am also part of the Art+Feminism hub of resident editors at Ca la Dona (Barcelona) where we teach how to edit Wikipedia and held talks and round tables twice a month. Liquendatalab (talk) 13:23, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
@Liquendatalab: do you have a schedule for events you will be personally attending to? — xaosflux Talk 14:01, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
@Xaosflux: Sure!. I will be personally attending March 9th event at la (3) de l'Apolo in Barcelona. --Liquendatalab (talk) 14:24, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
{{notdone}} @Liquendatalab: please re-request closer to your event (e.g. after March 1). — xaosflux Talk 15:01, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
@Xaosflux: please award these rights to @Liquendatalab: who is a Regional Organizer as they are supporting multiple events throughout the month. Six weeks is not a lot of time when we are managing 300 events. Especially given that @Liquendatalab: holds events twice a month throughout the year. --Theredproject (talk) 03:43, 17 January 2019 (UTC)
@Theredproject: thanks for the additional information. Adding for 3 months for now. — xaosflux Talk 03:49, 17 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done per above. — xaosflux Talk 03:49, 17 January 2019 (UTC)


I am requesting account creator status for Women's History Edit-a-thon events I am hosting on January 25, 2019 and March 25, 2019. Aconner3 (talk) 17:32, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done. Please be sure to create meetup pages for your events. Kevin (aka L235 · t · c) 18:19, 16 January 2019 (UTC)

Extended confirmed

File mover

Mass message sender

New page reviewer


I would like to be a reviewer for NPR. I observed that hundreds of pages are created boldly daily and I'll like to help with clearing the backlog. I've been editing since 2015. I am familiar with content policies and guidelines. I promise to review with caution and do the right thing. Mgbo120 (talk) 09:29, 12 January 2019 (UTC)
  • @Mgbo120: Do you have any experience moving pages? If not, that's fine, just re-request once you do.  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  08:25, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
Not done procedural decline, new request filed  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  00:22, 15 January 2019 (UTC)


Although I'm in Wikipedia for only 4.66 years, I think I can help in the backlog especially during my free time. Hiwilms (talk) 12:34, 13 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  08:24, 14 January 2019 (UTC)

User:Abelmoschus Esculentus

To extend my work in AfC. Since my last denied request, I've been leaving more detailed comments about the declined/rejected draft and less BITEy. I'm also a regular in WP:AFCHD. AfC review log here Abelmoschus Esculentus (talkcontribs) 05:50, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  08:24, 14 January 2019 (UTC)


This is my second request to be one of the NPR, i didn't get disappointed for my first request rejection user User:CoolSkittle advice helped me. Right now i think i have the requirements needed to be one of the NPR, if permission is granted i can also help the other NPR members to clear the backlogs. Thank You Unicorn212 (talk) 07:20, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
User just popped a speedy tag on an article that is having AfD discussion. WP:CIR -Roxy, the dog. wooF 09:25, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
@Roxy the dog: If the criteria in question applies unambiguously, placing a speedy tag on a page undergoing an AfD is perfectly fine in my experience. The patrolling admin can then assess whether the criteria applies and either speedy close the AfD or remove the tag and let the discussion run it's course. Nathan2055talk - contribs 09:32, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
You're not wrong on that point, but that's not actually the only issue. User was removing uncontested PRODs to open up AfD discussions.[1][2][3] Resetting a BLPPROD.[4] Declined CSD tagging.[5] Re-nominating open AfD.[6] PRODDING an open AfD with a unanimous delete consensus.[7] Nominating an attempted AfC draft which was mistakenly created in the mainspace for deletion.[8] Then, when called out on it on their talk page, they actually blamed the episode on their WP:LITTLEBROTHER, for which they are now indef blocked. Clear CIR case. No way. Not done  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  23:37, 14 January 2019 (UTC)


I would like to be a reviewer for NPR and help in clearing the backlog. I've been editing since 2015. I am familiar with content policies and guidelines. Yes, I have experience in moving pages WHEN NECESSARY. I moved the pages I created from draft to mainspace. I know exactly how to use the "Move" option and I can only use it when it is necessary. Thanks Mgbo120 (talk) 08:49, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
Not done. So, one basic criterion for this permission is "500 undeleted edits to mainspace that clearly demonstrate knowledge of page quality control". You only borderline meet this edit count, and the only reason you even reached the minimum is because you were spamming minor edits here and here. But, even if I do give you that one in recognition of your created articles, I can't give you "experience with moving pages in accordance with guidelines". That guideline is not looking for the basic competence to use the move function, and it's not looking for drafts moving to mainspace, it's looking for actual experience in changing article titles, that demonstrates a nuanced understanding of article naming conventions, which are incredibly complex. Also, you've only been active for less than two months, so experience is a concern. Also, the fact that you're typing in all caps makes me question your communication skills, and I don't have much else to compare it to, since you haven't even used your first article or user talk page yet. And the fact that you submitted a duplicate request rather than simply reply to me in the same thread makes me question your competence in terms of communication as well. Not even on a personal level, but just in terms of understanding all the technicalities of editing. Please take a few more months to become experienced here before requesting extended privileges. Regards,  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  00:58, 15 January 2019 (UTC)

Thank you. But I have to make a few things clear here. I only re-requested afresh in response to your advice to me to "re-request" in my earlier application. I could have replied you there but I thought I was to make a new request as you posited. Perhaps I misunderstood your advice. Sorry for that.

Secondly, I only typed a few words in capital letters to buttress my points concerning the "Move" question. If that's wrong, I'm sorry too. Will learn.

Thirdly, those few edits you pointed were not spammy, I only improved the pages involved by carefully removing the red links one after the other. I did so to avoid missing or removing any of those names mistakenly.

I've been active since 2015, but I only become much active in the last two months as time permitted me. I only decided to use my free time to edit. That notwithstanding, I believe I have experience editing. I don't know it all. I'll continue to learn and improve. Would re-apply after some months if time permits. CheersMgbo120 (talk) 06:41, 15 January 2019 (UTC)


I think that I am ready for this flag. I would like to work at New Pages Feed as New Page Reviewer. I am experienced in improving articles, reverting vandalism, moving pages and guidelines. As an active user, I can probably use this right responsibly. Thank you, :) Siddiqsazzad001 <Talk/> 21:20, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done Kudpung กุดผึ้ง (talk) 22:07, 16 January 2019 (UTC)

Page mover

Pending changes reviewer

User:Techy Halnerd

This is my third request, and after some months of gaining further Wikipedia experience (even though I didn't edit much due to a problem with the ISP), I think I'm ready to earn reviewer rights. Techy Halnerd (speak) 14:05, 11 January 2019 (UTC)
Please provide some diffs where you are performing the PCR activities. Thanks, Nakon 04:33, 12 January 2019 (UTC)
Like what, exactly? Not sure if there are any PCR activities I can do w/o having reviewer permission. Techy Halnerd (speak) 09:16, 12 January 2019 (UTC)
@Techy Halnerd: Anything relating to screening and/or reverting edits on unprotected pages.  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  03:48, 13 January 2019 (UTC)
@Swarm: OK then. These are some diffs I found.[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] Pretty sure there are plenty more in my user contribs. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Techy Halnerd (talkcontribs) 10:42, 13 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  08:27, 14 January 2019 (UTC)


I have been a wikipedia editor for almost two years now and have shown an understanding of the wikipedia policies and rules. In addition, I am a new page reviewer. TheSubmarine (talk) 23:53, 11 January 2019 (UTC)
Please provide some diffs where you are performing the PCR activities. Thanks, Nakon 04:32, 12 January 2019 (UTC)
Not done No followup  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  02:21, 17 January 2019 (UTC)


I've been a user for a little while now, and like to think I have a reasonable track record and some experience applying various policies (not just WP:VD). I was recently reminded of the existence of pending changes, and have noticed some backlog issues from time to time that I'd like to help address. I can already revert obvious vandalism (examples 1 2 3), but I think quickly letting constructive edits go live is just as important. I actually ended up with an edit of my own in PC today (amending a constructive but incomplete PC), and that does tend to erode your desire to put work into improving the project. Sakkura (talk) 13:37, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  02:28, 15 January 2019 (UTC)

User:Oshawott 12

This is my fourth (or fifth) request. I can say that I have experience, after the many times I asked for this permission. I created 5 pages and made more than 500~ edits since my first request. I think I really have the experience that you guys were asking for. Could I have pending changes now? Oshawott 12 ==()== Talk to me! 11:35, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
 Automated comment This user has had 3 requests for pending changes reviewer declined in the past 90 days ([9][10][11]). MusikBot talk 11:40, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
Not done You were just told by Salvio giuliano and TonyBallioni to focus on gaining more experience in the mainspace for the next four months. I can be a little flexible on that, but it hasn't even been one month! This is now your fifth request in a row, and it's starting to appear that you're more focused on gaining user rights than focusing on the project itself. This is clear proof to me that you definitely need to grow more as an editor before gaining special privileges.  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  20:08, 16 January 2019 (UTC)

User:Broccoli and Coffee

I frequently fight vandalism, and in the process, occasionally request pending changes protection for pages. Most recently requested for Natalia Dyer, which was granted for 3 months, but don't yet have the permission to accept the pending changes added since protection. Thanks – Broccoli & Coffee (Oh hai) 21:57, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  02:21, 17 January 2019 (UTC)


I like working on wikipedia, including reverting vandalism from pending changes. I figured that I could help even more if I could accept as well as deny changes, and help to empty out the backlog. WelpThatWorked (talk) 22:06, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  02:26, 17 January 2019 (UTC)


I would like to assist with reviewing pending changes in addition to my recent changes patrolling. ChasedSpade (talk) 02:45, 17 January 2019 (UTC)


Hi, I have read the guidelines and am familiar with the basic content policies. I undo vandalism, CSD inappropriate pages, and I am an AfC reviewer. Some examples of reverting vandalism and spam: [12] [13] [14] [15]. Regards, CoolSkittle (talk) 03:44, 17 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done Mz7 (talk) 04:38, 17 January 2019 (UTC)



I have experienced need for this right for reverting multiple edits by some users in past. I have familiarized myself with relevant help articles. May not use it if I don't bump into an article needing rollback for long time. Jazze7 (talk) 18:14, 7 January 2019 (UTC)
Hi, first of all, thank you very much for your contributions, they are very much appreciated, and you are very much valued on Wikipedia. However, this is primarily an anti-vandalism tool, and you do not appear to have any anti-vandalism experience for us to judge. If you would like to get involved in this area, please see WP:RCP and WP:CVU. Not done.  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  03:51, 13 January 2019 (UTC)
Thanks for the suggestions. I will check up. - Jazze7 (talk) 05:07, 14 January 2019 (UTC)


I have 2000 pages in my watchlist and I therefore come across lots of obvious vandalism. This would allow me to revert it more efficiently when it consists of several consecutive edits. Dr. Vogel (talk) 01:01, 13 January 2019 (UTC)
@DrVogel: Hi, can you provide some diffs in which you have correctly reverted vandalism?  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  03:54, 13 January 2019 (UTC)
Not done no reply  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  07:28, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
Hi, I'm sorry I've only just seen your message. Here are some examples from the last couple of days: [16][17][18] Thanks, Dr. Vogel (talk) 22:44, 14 January 2019 (UTC)
Okay, that's good, however, you haven't been issuing warnings, which shows me that you don't have sufficient experience in anti-vandalism work for rollback. Issuing the correct standard templated warnings is a fundamental part of anti-vandalism work, and should accompany any revert. The entire anti-vandalism system relies on a series of four escalating warnings preceding a block. Not warning allows vandals to continue vandalizing for longer without being blocked. Feel free to re-request once you can show us that you have been correctly issuing warnings. You can come to me directly and I'll be happy to grant this to you.  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  00:20, 15 January 2019 (UTC)
Thanks for your explanation, but I almost certainly will never bother with this again. If we make vandalising Wikipedia easier than reverting the vandalism, I think we're doing something wrong. Thanks and nevermind. Dr. Vogel (talk) 01:32, 16 January 2019 (UTC)
@DrVogel: Sorry to hear that. You should not take this personally or be discouraged. I know you're experienced and I'm not trying to give you a hard time. However, we have a standardized anti-vandalism system that has been in place since mid-2005. It's very simple and straightforward: revert and warn. The community's norms do not allow us to block vandals that have not been sufficiently warned. Rollback is granted to experienced anti-vandalism patrollers. It also enables access to specialized anti-vandalism tools which automate the revert→warn→report process. We need to be able to see that people have a good grasp of the fundamentals of this work before granting extended access. That you show us you can competently issue warnings when reverting vandalism is not a tall order. However, if that seems unreasonable to you, there's not much I can do about it.  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  02:41, 17 January 2019 (UTC)


I've got a lot of experience fighting vandalism using Twinkle. I would like Rollback rights for more options in dealing with vandalism such as using Huggle. Merlinsorca 05:26, 15 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  22:24, 15 January 2019 (UTC)

User:Carl Tristan Orense

I am reverting edits that are vandalism, WP:BLP vios, unsourced content, factual errors, WP:spamming and anything that are not constructive, and i'm also patroling recent changes. I like to request rollback to deal with more vandalism such as WP:HUGGLE. Carl Tristan Orense (talk) 07:45, 15 January 2019 (UTC)
 Done  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  22:25, 15 January 2019 (UTC)


Recently I had to revert a user's edits who had repeatedly blanked the article Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Demitra Sealy. I was able to undo the edits, however because they vandalised it multiple times, some minor text I couldn't restore, only from the last one. I at least wish to rollback to when the article was archived, and if not given permission to do so then to at least request a moderator to rollback for me. --Danozzz (talk) 08:03, 15 January 2019 (UTC) Danozzz (talk) 08:03, 15 January 2019 (UTC)
  • @Danozzz: Rollback actually only works on consecutive edits made by the same person, so it wouldn't help in this case. However, I did revert back to the old revision as requested. I was able to do this using Twinkle. Twinkle allows you to easily restore any prior revision of an article (the option comes up when viewing diffs). If you haven't enabled it, I'd strongly recommend it. It makes a lot of different things very easy. Marking this request as Not done.  ~~Swarm~~  {talk}  00:09, 16 January 2019 (UTC)

Template editor