I can't see a way of making it a draft page which could then be reviewed by the CMs before publication, so it's there, warts and all. If there is a way of producing a draft which I can make available for review, please let me know.
I'd be grateful for feedback, as I'd like to suggest some changes to the UK Quickstart - Basics that every editor should know
section to try and make it clear to new editors that they're generally not starting on a map that's never been touched. Where they are, naming roads and so on, fine, but when they're proposing to make changes in city suburbs because they know their area well, so do others, and they need to make use of the forum and PMs to communicate with the previous editors and discuss their proposed changes.
There have been two instances recently where I've had to PM new editors about some of the changes they've made. I've tried to be polite and non-critical, but they've changed the map and undone things that I and others have done for good reasons, so their changes have had to be undone. The new editors both took exception to this, considered it overly-critical and bullying by more experienced editors, and have apparently taken their keyboards and left. This was not a result I expected or intended, and if we've lost two editors who could have been very useful, I'm sorry for that. If the wiki can push communication between editors, perhaps we can avoid such conflicts again.