Benefits of having "trusted / high quality" user recognition
Fragment of a discussion from Task force/Wikipedia Quality/Archive 1
I agree, but let's not call them 'experts' when in fact they're rather 'good editors'. I like the idea to create some kind of special user status whenever an editor reaches the requirements you mentioned (06:09, 27 November 2009). What do you think about quality revisions though? It's also a way of showing the reader how the best editors rate the quality of an article.