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I think a another link for "revisions" next to "edit | flag" would be useful for those over 2000 rep who need a quick look at the revision history.

(I'm too lazy to keep typing in "revisions/id/list")

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o_o How would you even know about revisions/##/list if there wasn't an easy way to access it? – Ian Elliott Aug 24 '09 at 21:46
Because I've found plenty of links. ;-) – Joel Aug 24 '09 at 21:48
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Couldn't you just click the TimeStamp on the edit? It'll take you to the revision list.

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That's what I do. – EBGreen Aug 24 '09 at 21:45
I would have thought thats what everyone does :P – Brandon Aug 24 '09 at 21:46
Doh! I knew I was missing something. – Joel Aug 24 '09 at 21:48

It would be nice if questions which haven't been edited had a link to that somewhere. ( They currently don't )

I don't think it is really required on most questions/answers, but it might be a good idea from a usability standpoint.

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Don't really see a point to that, as all you would get would be revision 1. – Joel Aug 24 '09 at 21:52
well, it can be useful if there are state changes to the question that aren't technically edits, but are documented in revision history. Like lock/unlock, etc. – Jeff Atwood Aug 24 '09 at 21:53
Are state changes in the current revision history? I can't remember seeing any but it's a good chance that is just my faulty memory. – EBGreen Aug 24 '09 at 22:00

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