We've been experiencing a reoccurring issue with Anonymous users editing answers to introduce spam onto our site. See https://tridion.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/962 and https://tridion.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/948 for a couple examples of this.
On the moderator team, the only real tool we have available to prevent these types of edits are to temporarily lock the posts they are being made against. We have done this twice for the post Should I install the Content Delivery web sites and services with Integrated Application pools?.
The issue with this is that while locked, no one is allowed to vote on, comment on or edit the locked post.
One potential solution suggested to us by moderators on other SE communities is to have Stack Exchange disable anonymous editing on our community.
So, the question I have is: Would disabling anonymous edits be something the community thinks is a good idea?
Flagged the question as a
feature-request so the Stack Exchange Community Managers will be notified of our desire to turn off anonymous edits on our site.