Wikipedia:Revert only when necessary: Difference between revisions

Editors may also choose to adhere to a '''zero-revert rule''', for example:
"Only [[Wikipedia:RevertReverting|revert]] obvious [[Wikipedia:Vandalism|vandalism]]. Instead of removing or reverting changes or additions you may not like, add to and enhance them while following the principle of preserving information and viewpoints. If you can't figure out how any part of an edit benefits an article ask for clarification on the article's or the editor's discussion page."
In a situation where two editors disagree, if both follow this rule, the history will show no reversions before discussion starts.
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