Abuse filter editors

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Policies and guidelines Abuse filter editors policy & information
This page outlines the standards and guidelines related to the Abuse filter editors and their use of their rights to manage Abuse filters globally.

The Abuse filter editors global group was created to allow its users global access to the abuse filters on projects with it enabled.

Assigned rights[edit]

  • View the abuse log (abusefilter-log)
  • View detailed abuse log entries (abusefilter-log-detail)
  • Modify abuse filters (abusefilter-modify)
  • Create or modify global abuse filters (abusefilter-modify-global)
  • Modify abuse filters with restricted actions (abusefilter-modify-restricted)
  • Revert all changes by a given abuse filter (abusefilter-revert)
  • View abuse filters (abusefilter-view)

Rights specifically not assigned[edit]

  • View private data in the abuse log (abusefilter-private)

See also[edit]

User groups
Local: blocked user – unregistered user – newly-registered user – registered user – autopatroller – bot – administrator – bureaucrat – oversight – checkuser – IP block exempt – importer – translation admin – centralnotice admin – uploader – massmessage senders
Global: locked account – unified account – bot – rollbacker – abuse filter editor – interface editor – IP block exemption – new wiki importers – sysop – ombudsman – founder – staff – WMF researcher – system administrator – steward