I read a few articles so far about the Wikipedia edit process:
From my understanding, the good faith means anyone is allowed to edit any page on Wikipedia if they are a new user with no history of vandalism. However, something in the flagged revisions makes me think that only if you have 10 successful edits and are a user older than 4 days do you get automatic approval on a new edit. Otherwise, you need someone with those traits (a "trusted user") to approve your edits. Please fill in the gaps and incorrect things in my understanding.
Part of the question too (where I am missing things), is, does anyone notice when you make a change when you are a good faith (or new) author? Like, is there a queue somewhere of all changes anyone has made, so they can be double checked? Plus, yeah, what traits are required to be ablet o edit various types of pages, and to approve various types of edits, and to propose deletions of various pages or reject revisions. That is, what things (automated or manual) are triggered when someone makes a change?