However, new features on the site may warrant a fresh look. Specifically, suggested edits on tag wikis.
I've recently hit 10k on the main site and have been reviewing a lot of suggested edits. Today I ran across a user that seems to be making edits with spam content. The ones I found today were for
xml related tags in the tag wikis and the suggested content was about buying cheap shoes from china.
Previously the answer to this was "flag their posts!" which was very reasonable. Now, however, users like this are able to cause issues without ever posting a question, answer, or comment to flag.
Does the ability to flag a user need to be added? Alternatively, should we be able to flag suggested edits?
For clarification, here are the edits suggested by this user:
The US markets opened just minutes ago,china shoes wholesale now
let's cross over to our correspondent Natalie Carney in New York, factory shoes wholesale cheap to see how it's reacting to the downgrade.
Q1. It was pretty ugly today on from shoes wholesale the Asian markets. And it doesn't look like Wall Street will be much better off today, its first session since the downgrade. Tell us, how are investors there reacting?
Q2. There's panic selling on the equity china wholesale markets, but yields on US Treasury bonds have been moving rather modestly, though the risks are supposed to be higher. Looking ahead, will Treasuries remain a safe haven in all this uncertainty?
To the excerpt for the same tag:
How can I found the cheap shoes from china factory or chinese wholesale supplier
EDIT TO CLARIFY:
This user only posted a suggested edit to a tag wiki and a tag wiki excerpt, and there is no way to flag those for moderator attention.