Some parts of the help center can be edited by the moderators and, of course, any part can be edited by a Stack Exchange employees. According to this post, the link to revisions is accessible to moderators: revision history of mod-editable parts of /helpcenter.
- How can a regular user find the revision history for some item in the help center?
- Is the revision history stored also for the parts which are not moderator-editable?
- Is the revision list for some parts of the tour accessible, too?
I have seen that from SEDE I can get revision history for some parts of the help center if I search for
PostTypeId=7. (This also includes some pages related to election. And some of them seem to be parts of the tour.) For example: I get two items on Meta Stack Exchange (229774 and 229775), four items on Mathematics (/faq, /election, 275931, and 275934), three items on MathOverflow (/about, /election/1, and /help). But there are definitely some other parts of the help center which aren't among the results and which have been edited. (Although I do not remember whether it was by a moderator or by a Stack Exchange employee.)
My motivation for asking is mostly just curiosity. For some reason, I looked at an old discussion on a per-site-meta discussing some edits in the help center. (I'd prefer not to link to the specific thread - it is not really relevant here.) And I've seen that back then I was able to find the revision history for that particular edit - in that case it was an edit by a moderator. But I do not remember how exactly I did that. (At the same time, I imagine that being able to check how the help center was changed might sometimes be useful. But, if it turns out that the revision history is actually accessible only to the moderators, maybe it is entirely sufficient—that would probably be a topic for a separate discussion.)