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If not, is there a large enough quantity of edits to warrant such a thing?

Not a feature request as such, just a product of curiosity.

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There's at least a list of editors now – Michael Mrozek Mar 25 '11 at 21:50
    
I think you should make it a feature-request. – Jim G. May 11 '11 at 16:58
    
@Jim: I think having never seen the mod tools it would be quite presumptuous of me to propose improvements to them... – Stuart Pegg May 11 '11 at 19:46
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For normal edits, there is no such thing tracked by the system itself because they don't get judged in any fashion mechanically.

For suggested edits, there is a countermeasure in which getting a lot of edit suggestions rejected will cause the user to be blocked from submitting more edit suggestions for a period of time. Your ratio of approved versus rejected edits is also tracked.

I don't think there's a weight system based on the ratio that affects the priority inside the edit queue.

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Interesting, thanks. – Stuart Pegg Mar 25 '11 at 21:13

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