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Currently, /suggested-edits/ID links us to an individual suggested edit record for posterity and allows us to audit our fellow users' work.

With that in mind, could we make /suggested-edits a page in and of itself. We could have it list the fifty most recent suggested edits, something like the following:

ID    Post                        Editor      Reviewer      Decision
123   What is my name?            (anon)      Jeff Atwood   Rejected
122   What is 42?                 user100000  Joel Spolsky  Accepted
121   What is Stack Exchange?     user100000  Community     Accepted (Improved)

This way, we can make it really simple to see what the most recent suggested edits were. (I wouldn't support putting it in /tools, since it's already public info if you manually modify the URL).

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Dupe of this without rep requirement? – Jon Seigel Mar 11 '11 at 4:35
Also, in general, just because it's public info doesn't mean it shouldn't be a 10k tool -- for example, the recently closed questions lists: that's public info, but it's not aggregated in that way for users < 10k. – Jon Seigel Mar 11 '11 at 4:38
@Jon I'm not really sure why though, other than "we like giving 10ks lists of stuff". But given the choice between 10k-only and mod-only, I'd like it to be 10k-only – Michael Mrozek Mar 11 '11 at 4:42

That page actually already exists, but it's beyond even putting it in /tools -- it's only available to mods:

Screenshot of the UL edit suggestion dashboard

As you said, it's already public info, so I think moving it to /suggested-edits makes sense

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I'd request this be a 2K privilege - as with editing today. I'm sure there are lots of people who would like to help out with this task. – JoseK Mar 22 '11 at 21:27

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