Arstechnia.com reports that in an interview with CNET, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales said that the German-language version of the online encyclopedia will receive an overhaul in the coming weeks that aims to cut down and eliminate vandalism, edit wars, and incorrect information. The German version of Wikipedia will still allow anyone to edit an article; however those edits will not appear live on the site until a registered user in good standing with a certain level of time and experience with the site approves the change. This simple change is projected to have a big effect on limiting the appeal of vandalizing articles. This move comes in response to a recent German court decision that ruled against Wikipedia for publishing the name of a deceased hacker whose family was involved in a court case over his death…