As a physician, I can potentially be sued for anything I write in a public forum. So I have to be very careful about what I write, and often append a disclaimer. I just found out that my answers can be edited by others. I don't want to be held responsible for what others write. When an edit is done by others, is it clear who did it, when, and what he changed?
PS: I don't care if the editor is an anonymous pseudonym.
asked bySteveParkerMD (1239)
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on October 13, 2011
at 09:51 AM
It is very clear. When someone edits a post, you can track all the changes to it. I've edited your post to make that clear : click on ("x seconds ago") to track my changes to your post.
[Edit: And here's what it looks like when someone edits an answer. -- Beth]