Please review Wikipedia:Rollback before making a request. Applicants with fewer than 200 mainspace edits are unlikely to be granted this right. More importantly, applicants must have a measurable track record of counter-vandalism. The counter-vandalism training program is available if you wish to gain experience in handling vandalism.
I have been using Twinkle for a while now to revert vandalism, and would also like to be able to use Huggle Unconventional2 (talk · contribs · email) 03:02, 23 July 2017 (UTC)
Comment: Thank you for your request. While recent activity is not a requirement, you have 89 edits in the past six months. I've browsed through these edits, and it appears that much of your counter vandalism work is only on notifying the users, rather than protecting the content itself. At times when you are protecting the content, some of your reverts appears to be good faith edits. These are the concerns I have, so would you mind be more specific on why do you need this access? Alex ShihTalk 04:31, 23 July 2017 (UTC)
This is not a need, the main reason for this request is that it is a requirement to use Huggle effectively. If this is more than my account status warrants I will just continue to do as much as I can using the other tools at my disposal. Thanks for your consideration! Unconventional2 (talk · contribs · email) 19:27, 24 July 2017 (UTC)
Not done Sorry, I'd have to decline for now. I understand your rationale, but approvals are based on active counter-vandalism work. Would you contribute in that area a bit more and then re-apply in the near future? Thanks and regards, Alex ShihTalk 16:45, 25 July 2017 (UTC)