With our newly reached "graduated" (I really shouldn't put that in quotes) status, I expect a significant influx of new users, be it through migration or otherwise being drawn in by the thrill of a freshly graduated site.
With these users incoming, I also expect a significant inbound amount of edits, as well as lots of new people, that gain the editing-privilege to review and edit, quite possibly without knowing our rules for editing code
This can mean a significant amount of necessary user-based moderation, even though @SimonForsberg got our ever-helping Duga to look for exactly that kind of edit and warn regulars in the 2nd monitor
That said I think we can actually prevent a lot of these well-intentioned edits by providing clear guidance as to what is an acceptable edit and what is not.
Do we want such a site-specific set of guidance?
If not, what did I (aside from the necessity to implement it) overlook?