I think this is a very good thing.
A couple of tiny questions, if I may. Will the editors also be able to:
Clear out some of the nodes under consideration? There are many that have mixed voting and should probably be retained. Ideally, I'd like to see the area get "swept out."
Do the same sort of investigation you did recently regarding that annoying (and deliberately unlinked) troll we talked about?
Update the local copies of the perlfaq's? (I ask because tilly recently pointed me to something in the current perldata that's not in the local copy.)
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