I was looking through the Community user's activity list so as to get a list of the anonymous edits I (and many other users, but before December 2017, almost all mine) made over the course of editing anonymously. However, the Community user's edit list during a few days during early 2017 is cluttered with thousands of edits changing old links from HTTP to HTTPS. Also, there was a prior migration script which changed older MSO links to MSE links (but that script contained a bug which changed Markdown into HTML, so a second script was deployed to change them back to Markdown).
Anyway, these automated script edits make it extremely difficult to audit anonymous edits, especially if they were approved in the middle of running scripts. I suggest allowing users to filter those edits into major categories:
- Anonymous edits
- HTTP -> HTTPS link edits
- MSO -> MSE link edits
- possibly with two categories for the first buggy script and the second fixer script
- Edits to add the duplicate link on duplicate closures prior to February 2013
This will make it much easier for me to see my edits, and for others to audit my edits.