I'm about to rollback the community wiki answer on
Database schema documentation for the public data dump and SEDE
It was seriously overhauled in revisions 75 and 76 but I had to do a partial patch in revision 77 because in the process we lost the PostHistory table and the editor didn't respond to our calls.
The content of that answer need to be generated based on instructions offered as editor notes, for example:
I used this XLSM Template to help generate the markdown including ToolTips: http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=36027958558653296420 Make changes mostly on tab 'SEDE All Tables`, then copy cell [Q1] to Notepad to replace "" with " , then paste in here. Please help improve it! Update the link above with most recent version (maybe save old links too?)
That is where the first problem starts, that XSLM file is no longer available. Editing that answer has now become a headache, as you need to rely on external offsite resources and tooling not everyone is accustomed with.
I admit that post struggled with layout before the recent revisions but I'm not sure if these latest changes are an improvement. Personally I find it cumbersome I have to hover over the PostTypeId fields and VoteTypeId fields to see which values are available:
but maybe others like the tidiness of this view and the higher information density.
I realize there are only a few users editing and maintaining that answer but it gets referenced a lot (194 times on MSE but I'm sure there will be incoming links from around the network) so I rather keep the usefulness and correctness of that answer up to par.
Before I destroy value only because I dislike the editing process that is now forced on me and the layout it offers, can you share how you would like to see we go forward with that post? Answers can maybe elaborate how we can keep the high information density while only relying on tooling available to all of us.
I'll interpret down votes on this question as No, don't rollback, it is fine, you deal with it in case you don't want to write an answer or leave a comment. (up votes don't mean go ahead, write an answer or leave a comment instead).