Currently, a user's profile page shows only their five most recent changes. On MindTouch, one could page through at least 150 (aggregated) changes.
Letting users be able to keep track of what they've been up to (and letting others see as well) is fairly important to give folks a sense of feeling like they're being useful, so I'd like to see this too.
This is fairly important, I often digged (both w/ MindTouch and earlier as a Wikipedia admin) back in the history of users just to see what they did in the past. We should be able to get back without limit, in a paged way of course (not in a single request)
What would we want here? The last 100 good enough? Pagination of the entire history?
Pagination of entire history, as Teoli requested.
I suggest a link labelled "See all [N] of [username]'s edits" that opens the revision dashboard, filtered on this user. We already have a mechanism to see all their edits; it's just not linked to the profile page. Including the number of edits in the link text gives the viewer an immediate sense of how experienced this user is. This is a way of surfacing data that informs the subjective reputation of a user, without implementing a fancy-schancy reputation system (yet).
I had a quick look at this. Adding a pagination conflicts with the pagination already implemented on that view for the submitted demos (a second paginator must not use the same "?page=" parameter in that case). However, adding a simple link to the revision dashboard and counting the edits should be way easier as Janet mentioned. The URL is e.g.: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/dashboards/revisions?user=<username>