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I need to delete all the revision history of the list of questions I have. I already have sent out an email to but so far I haven't got any email yet.

I have around 30-40 questions that were having some information so I edited those by preserving the original intent of the question. So instead of flagging on those question, I have send out an email to above email id, explaining the situation and the list of questions as well in which revision history has to be deleted.

And I haven't got any response yet.

Do we know who will be in charge of deleting the revision history of the questions. I don't think so moderator is in charge of this. If I can figure out few names then I can talk to them directly about my problem.

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For the record, I looked over every single post you had edited, and I saw precious little that could have at all been seen as "sensitive". There was one which had some names and such in it; that's the only one I can even imagine. What you seem to be sensitive about is the name of a company in some of the links - Public API links. I have no clue at all what is 'sensitive' about that. – Andrew Barber Jul 31 '13 at 0:21
I agree with you Andrew totally. Today I got a call from them regarding this and that is the reason I edited those questions right away so that they don't contact me again or take some action. So that is the reason I am little bit in hurry. I hope you will understand. – lining Jul 31 '13 at 0:23
@AndrewBarber I can see though how a company might ask a user to disassociate themselves from the company name and account numbers. – Aaron Bertrand Jul 31 '13 at 0:23
@TechGeeky the fact remains that nobody on meta.SO can really make the company act any faster than the method you've already used. – Aaron Bertrand Jul 31 '13 at 0:24
So the method I have used is right. Then I am fine, I thought it might be I am missing something here. – lining Jul 31 '13 at 0:25
@AaronBertrand Could be, definitely. (Which is of course not the same as me saying Stack Exchange should fully honor the request to remove edit histories; though it seems an account disassociation could be in order here) – Andrew Barber Jul 31 '13 at 0:25
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You need to have patience and wait for a response from the Stack Overflow team. You are right that moderators cannot do anything about this with current tools; the most anyone here on this site could do for you is to try to contact the team using the same method you've already done. So, please, wait for them to respond.

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Thanks Aaron for help. Make sense now. – lining Jul 31 '13 at 0:28

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