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I just had a suggested edit approved (yay for the new system), but I was expecting to see an "Approved by [Mr X], [Mr Y]" type message when I clicked on the details of the Edit (The Revisions page). Much like when seeing the list of users who closed a question, etc.

I could also understand that it doesn't really matter...just that I was expecting to see it.

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confirmed, we need to have an audit trail in history. – waffles Feb 7 '11 at 8:10
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audit trail

There is a clickable audit trail in revisions. With rich information about the edit.

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Chuk? How do I chuk that? – Shog9 May 10 '11 at 3:58
    
LOL using your chuck finger :) – waffles May 10 '11 at 4:31

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