Post-publication Index problems
Question: Search> Images has an indication of 'last edited' (image additions or I assume corrections) and 'last editor' (name of FamilySearch personnel editing). Should not Historical Records have the same public indications?
Problem: There are reports of index issues throughout Community and it is difficult to know the source(s) of these issues without such indicators. How is Community to know if 1900 Census index problems - POST-PUBLICATION mind you - are caused by location or other (just an example) automation (AI), record custodian changes, index corruption (platform-based or Internet), or some third-party?
Unless contractual obligations change access why would indexes be edited post-publication? If so - shouldn't there be a public notification (at least an indication of 'maintenance last on [date]'?