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Is there an actual “accept ALL the suggested edits” problem?
The current review system encourages fake reviews; some people upvote everything rather than actually fixing problems

Recently I've noticed quite a few users blindly approving all suggested edits and that's getting somewhat annoying.

For example user MaVRoSCy "has approved 267 edit suggestions and rejected 0 edit suggestions".

Examples:

This doesn't seem right. At the very least there should be a similar notice that appears when you haven't voted on questions for a while that says "You haven't rejected a suggested edit in a while, reviewing doesn't consist of only approving suggested edits?"

A better solution would be to track someones review history and if he approves too many edits that ultimately are rejected, then the system can take more affirmative action.

Such behavior doesn't help the site's quality imho.

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marked as duplicate by Rory, animuson, ben is uǝq backwards, BoltClock's a Unicorn Oct 19 '12 at 11:28

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.