This is a complicated thing and the current thinking is as follows:
- All edits need to be validated two times by different people to be considered "good"
- When two words are considered to be the same in Meaning and Expression, they can be merged. The translations of these meanings will be merged but they get the status of a newly added word. This is to ensure that translations are considered again for their validity.
- Bots will be disallowed from making interactive edits. Every bot has to be associated with an interactive user.
- A thesaurus or glossary can, when it is agreed that it needs this status, be write protected; this means that comments can be made on the "talk page".
- When a bot is to be used for a specific usage ie the maintenance of a specific write protect thesaurus or glossary, it can be given a status of implied quality control. This means that the organisation that maintains this resource in the Ultimate Wiktionary is wholy responisible for its own quality. We are thinking of terminology like the terminology of the Roman Catholic church where the exact nature of the definitions is a matter of doctrine.
- The user associated with such a bot will be the admin for this glossary or thesaurus. This admin can allow users to make changes to its resource.
- Like on the other Wikimedia projects, we will need admins to do the necessary maintenance. The admin status for deletions should be given per language.
- A priviledged few will be admin / bureacrat for the whole of the project. They will have access to all languages and all resources. As you can imagine they will be in a glass cage.