I'll explain FlaggedRev quickly, so that others don't have to read the link.
Once FlaggedRev is installed on the wiki, you can make pages (some or all) require validation to be updated. For example, if you had a normal account (in other words, you do not have reviewer privileges/rights) and you would edit a page, your edit will not show until it is approved by one with proper rights.
There are two versions of the page: the stable and the draft.
The stable version is the last approved version of the page. If Turbine want to go control freak and be the only ones able to validate the pages, then they can. Since there is a disclaimer at the top of every page, users will know the state of the page they are currently viewing.
Example of disclaimers are:
- This is the latest quality revision, approved on 17 November 2008. The draft can be modified; 0 changes await review.
- There are no reviewed revisions of this page, so it may not have been checked for quality.
- The latest quality revision (list all) was approved on 19 January 2009. 1 change needs review.
If they would add FlaggedRev to their wikis, they could change by who views the draft/stable version by default and more advanced users can change the page they view by default as well in their preferences. In this case, Turbine would most likely set logged on users to view the stable version and we would have to set view draft by default if we want to view the draft.
Oh, finally, anyone who edits the page edits the last version of the draft. Not the stable page.