- I hate to be so tedious, but you've only made something like 15 additional edits since your initial request. I see that you're well-meaning, but I'm hesitant to assign rollback rights to anybody with fewer than four or five hundred edits. I believe there are several non-rollback scripts whose anti-vandalism capacities approach the efficiency of rollback itself; have you tried any of them? I don't distrust you by any means, I just need to see a bit more experience on your part to validate my trust. Thanks for understanding, and I look forward to changing my mind in the very near future. – Juliancolton | Talk 19:37, 14 July 2014 (UTC)
User: and rollback
Well, it seems I can't even paste his username?
Thank you for your hard work with a great many permissions requests, and for your open-mindedness with regard to granting rollback to a repeated requester whose name I have trouble reproducing here.
If the latter, please consider reversing your decision of granting rollback to the editor concerned.
- No good deed goes unpunished. Thanks for the heads-up. I've taken care of it. – Juliancolton | Talk 02:49, 18 July 2014 (UTC)
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