Spending some time today reviewing suggested edits, I noticed a single user who made a significant number of tag wiki edits. A simple Google search revealed that each tag wiki edit introduced copy-pasted content for that wiki (often taken from the website associated to the technology), and (in my eyes) no proper attribution.
I rejected the few edits put before me accordingly. On inspection of the suggested edits however, I noticed that most of them were finally accepted. This happened a fair number of times, with me assuming that I saw a problem others missed. Ultimately Robert Harvey judged that I misjudged this particular case. Fair enough. Mea culpa.
But say I would have been right. Should I notice a string of (in my eyes) problematic edits getting through review, is there anything that I can do about this? I flagged for moderator attention at the time, but that might take a while to be noticed and in all fairness will probably not achieve a whole lot.
Is that however all I can do? Should I merely hope for the best? Is there any way in which we could pull an emergency brake of sorts, to sort out whether or not we have a problem on our hands that needs to be addressed before the potential clean-up needed becomes too big? Not to blame the editor (after all, I might be wrong in my judgement) but just to clarify/arbitrate the situation.
I'm not arguing here that the new review system is hopelessly broken. Nor do I see all hell breaking loose. I merely attempt to assess what can/should be done in the (possibly unlikely, but not impossible) scenario that I notice a real problem which might not be perceived by the other (otherwise fair) reviewers.
I voted to close this as "too localized" myself. Ultimately my premise appears to have been flawed. I don't see a way to edit this in a more general shape. Any of the sub-issues under discussion in the comments might be better off with question/request of their own.