I recently posted an answer in which I used the little-known jQuery
.one function. The question asker then edited my post to use the (incorrect, but similar)
.on function instead, and that edit was unanimously accepted by three edit reviewers who did not have any substantial jQuery experience (though note the question was tagged CSS, and not jQuery).
While I understand the confusion about the answer, I am a bit concerned that this sort of well-intentioned "correction" could happen to other posts too. (I've already reverted the edit in question and added a clarifying note).
Given the typical length of the edit review queue (i.e. very short), I'm wondering if it might make sense to restrict (or preferentially weight) the reviewers. Specifically, would it be reasonable to give reviewers with substantial related tag experience higher weight (or even exclusive access) to suggested edits? It may also help reduce the "serial acceptance" issue currently seen with the review queue.