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Stage 2 completed: The initial phase of the burndown was completed on 2014-03-03 10:48:49; the second phase completed on 2014-03-08 at 19:41. Detailed statistics on how these played out can be found on Phase 1 results and Phase 2 results.

There remains much work to be done! You can find reasonably up-to-date tag filters here. We'll be examining the results of the initial burndown to optimize the system for faster, easier reviews in the near future. For details on overall progress, see: https://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/208311/regarding-the-stack-overflow-close-review-queue

So, this happened: https://meta.stackexchange.com/q/199879

Now, only questions with at least 4 votes or flags or at least one Do Not Close review are listed in the close review queuethe close review queue. If you're thinking, "that's crazy!" THEN YOU'RE RIGHT! This dramatically reduces the utility of the queue. But, we've had one or two complaints about the size of the backlog, so it's time we took care of it.

So let's take care of it!So let's take care of it!

Kill it with fire Kill it with MOAR fire! Kill it with fire Kill it with MOAR fire!

Most of the questions listed now are either really terrible or perfectly fine, so they're pretty easy to review:

  • Is it a duplicate? click Close
  • Looks like crap? click Close
  • Doesn't look like crap? click Leave Open
  • Can't make up your mind? click Skip

If everyone reading this did a dozen reviews, we'd have the queue empty in a day... but since a fair number of you probably can't review posts in the close queue, it'll take a bit longer. Hopefully not too much longer...

If you can't help - or just don't want to - that's cool; this backlog has been almost three years in the making; it's not so crucial that we deal with it now.

If you can help and want to help, then you might want to start here - it's a list of the top 250 tags according to how many review items are associated with them, and a link directly to a filtered review queue. Pick a tag you know something about, and see how long it takes you to get to...

There are no items for you to review, matching the filter

The faster we get through this, the faster we get to go back to the non-crazy (or at least, slightly less-fuzzy) close queue.

View our progress so far here!

Stage 2 completed: The initial phase of the burndown was completed on 2014-03-03 10:48:49; the second phase completed on 2014-03-08 at 19:41. Detailed statistics on how these played out can be found on Phase 1 results and Phase 2 results.

There remains much work to be done! You can find reasonably up-to-date tag filters here. We'll be examining the results of the initial burndown to optimize the system for faster, easier reviews in the near future. For details on overall progress, see: https://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/208311/regarding-the-stack-overflow-close-review-queue

So, this happened: https://meta.stackexchange.com/q/199879

Now, only questions with at least 4 votes or flags or at least one Do Not Close review are listed in the close review queue. If you're thinking, "that's crazy!" THEN YOU'RE RIGHT! This dramatically reduces the utility of the queue. But, we've had one or two complaints about the size of the backlog, so it's time we took care of it.

So let's take care of it!

Kill it with fire Kill it with MOAR fire!

Most of the questions listed now are either really terrible or perfectly fine, so they're pretty easy to review:

  • Is it a duplicate? click Close
  • Looks like crap? click Close
  • Doesn't look like crap? click Leave Open
  • Can't make up your mind? click Skip

If everyone reading this did a dozen reviews, we'd have the queue empty in a day... but since a fair number of you probably can't review posts in the close queue, it'll take a bit longer. Hopefully not too much longer...

If you can't help - or just don't want to - that's cool; this backlog has been almost three years in the making; it's not so crucial that we deal with it now.

If you can help and want to help, then you might want to start here - it's a list of the top 250 tags according to how many review items are associated with them, and a link directly to a filtered review queue. Pick a tag you know something about, and see how long it takes you to get to...

There are no items for you to review, matching the filter

The faster we get through this, the faster we get to go back to the non-crazy (or at least, slightly less-fuzzy) close queue.

View our progress so far here!

Stage 2 completed: The initial phase of the burndown was completed on 2014-03-03 10:48:49; the second phase completed on 2014-03-08 at 19:41. Detailed statistics on how these played out can be found on Phase 1 results and Phase 2 results.

There remains much work to be done! You can find reasonably up-to-date tag filters here. We'll be examining the results of the initial burndown to optimize the system for faster, easier reviews in the near future. For details on overall progress, see: https://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/208311/regarding-the-stack-overflow-close-review-queue

So, this happened: https://meta.stackexchange.com/q/199879

Now, only questions with at least 4 votes or flags or at least one Do Not Close review are listed in the close review queue. If you're thinking, "that's crazy!" THEN YOU'RE RIGHT! This dramatically reduces the utility of the queue. But, we've had one or two complaints about the size of the backlog, so it's time we took care of it.

So let's take care of it!

Kill it with fire Kill it with MOAR fire!

Most of the questions listed now are either really terrible or perfectly fine, so they're pretty easy to review:

  • Is it a duplicate? click Close
  • Looks like crap? click Close
  • Doesn't look like crap? click Leave Open
  • Can't make up your mind? click Skip

If everyone reading this did a dozen reviews, we'd have the queue empty in a day... but since a fair number of you probably can't review posts in the close queue, it'll take a bit longer. Hopefully not too much longer...

If you can't help - or just don't want to - that's cool; this backlog has been almost three years in the making; it's not so crucial that we deal with it now.

If you can help and want to help, then you might want to start here - it's a list of the top 250 tags according to how many review items are associated with them, and a link directly to a filtered review queue. Pick a tag you know something about, and see how long it takes you to get to...

There are no items for you to review, matching the filter

The faster we get through this, the faster we get to go back to the non-crazy (or at least, slightly less-fuzzy) close queue.

View our progress so far here!

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Stage 2 completed: The initial phase of the burndown was completed on 2014-03-03 10:48:49; the second phase completed on 2014-03-08 at 19:41. Detailed statistics on how these played out can be found on Phase 1 resultsPhase 1 results and Phase 2 resultsPhase 2 results.

There remains much work to be done! You can find reasonably up-to-date tag filters herehere. We'll be examining the results of the initial burndown to optimize the system for faster, easier reviews in the near future. For details on overall progress, see: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/208311/regarding-the-stack-overflow-close-review-queuehttps://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/208311/regarding-the-stack-overflow-close-review-queue

So, this happened: http://meta.stackexchange.com/q/199879https://meta.stackexchange.com/q/199879

Now, only questions with at least 4 votes or flags or at least one Do Not Close reviewat least 4 votes or flags or at least one Do Not Close review are listed in the close review queue. If you're thinking, "that's crazy!" THEN YOU'RE RIGHT! This dramatically reduces the utility of the queue. But, we've had one or two complaints about the size of the backlog, so it's time we took care of it.

So let's take care of it!

Kill it with fire Kill it with MOAR fire!

Most of the questions listed now are either really terrible or perfectly fine, so they're pretty easy to review:

  • Is it a duplicate? click Close
  • Looks like crap? click Close
  • Doesn't look like crap? click Leave Open
  • Can't make up your mind? click Skip

If everyone reading this did a dozen reviews, we'd have the queue empty in a day... but since a fair number of you probably can't review posts in the close queue, it'll take a bit longer. Hopefully not too much longer...

If you can't help - or just don't want to - that's cool; this backlog has been almost three years in the making; it's not so crucial that we deal with it now.

If you can help and want to help, then you might want to start herethen you might want to start here - it's a list of the top 250 tags according to how many review items are associated with them, and a link directly to a filtered review queue. Pick a tag you know something about, and see how long it takes you to get to...

There are no items for you to review, matching the filter

The faster we get through this, the faster we get to go back to the non-crazy (or at least, slightly less-fuzzy) close queue.

View our progress so far here!View our progress so far here!

Stage 2 completed: The initial phase of the burndown was completed on 2014-03-03 10:48:49; the second phase completed on 2014-03-08 at 19:41. Detailed statistics on how these played out can be found on Phase 1 results and Phase 2 results.

There remains much work to be done! You can find reasonably up-to-date tag filters here. We'll be examining the results of the initial burndown to optimize the system for faster, easier reviews in the near future. For details on overall progress, see: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/208311/regarding-the-stack-overflow-close-review-queue

So, this happened: http://meta.stackexchange.com/q/199879

Now, only questions with at least 4 votes or flags or at least one Do Not Close review are listed in the close review queue. If you're thinking, "that's crazy!" THEN YOU'RE RIGHT! This dramatically reduces the utility of the queue. But, we've had one or two complaints about the size of the backlog, so it's time we took care of it.

So let's take care of it!

Kill it with fire Kill it with MOAR fire!

Most of the questions listed now are either really terrible or perfectly fine, so they're pretty easy to review:

  • Is it a duplicate? click Close
  • Looks like crap? click Close
  • Doesn't look like crap? click Leave Open
  • Can't make up your mind? click Skip

If everyone reading this did a dozen reviews, we'd have the queue empty in a day... but since a fair number of you probably can't review posts in the close queue, it'll take a bit longer. Hopefully not too much longer...

If you can't help - or just don't want to - that's cool; this backlog has been almost three years in the making; it's not so crucial that we deal with it now.

If you can help and want to help, then you might want to start here - it's a list of the top 250 tags according to how many review items are associated with them, and a link directly to a filtered review queue. Pick a tag you know something about, and see how long it takes you to get to...

There are no items for you to review, matching the filter

The faster we get through this, the faster we get to go back to the non-crazy (or at least, slightly less-fuzzy) close queue.

View our progress so far here!

Stage 2 completed: The initial phase of the burndown was completed on 2014-03-03 10:48:49; the second phase completed on 2014-03-08 at 19:41. Detailed statistics on how these played out can be found on Phase 1 results and Phase 2 results.

There remains much work to be done! You can find reasonably up-to-date tag filters here. We'll be examining the results of the initial burndown to optimize the system for faster, easier reviews in the near future. For details on overall progress, see: https://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/208311/regarding-the-stack-overflow-close-review-queue

So, this happened: https://meta.stackexchange.com/q/199879

Now, only questions with at least 4 votes or flags or at least one Do Not Close review are listed in the close review queue. If you're thinking, "that's crazy!" THEN YOU'RE RIGHT! This dramatically reduces the utility of the queue. But, we've had one or two complaints about the size of the backlog, so it's time we took care of it.

So let's take care of it!

Kill it with fire Kill it with MOAR fire!

Most of the questions listed now are either really terrible or perfectly fine, so they're pretty easy to review:

  • Is it a duplicate? click Close
  • Looks like crap? click Close
  • Doesn't look like crap? click Leave Open
  • Can't make up your mind? click Skip

If everyone reading this did a dozen reviews, we'd have the queue empty in a day... but since a fair number of you probably can't review posts in the close queue, it'll take a bit longer. Hopefully not too much longer...

If you can't help - or just don't want to - that's cool; this backlog has been almost three years in the making; it's not so crucial that we deal with it now.

If you can help and want to help, then you might want to start here - it's a list of the top 250 tags according to how many review items are associated with them, and a link directly to a filtered review queue. Pick a tag you know something about, and see how long it takes you to get to...

There are no items for you to review, matching the filter

The faster we get through this, the faster we get to go back to the non-crazy (or at least, slightly less-fuzzy) close queue.

View our progress so far here!

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Stage 2 completed: The initial phase of the burndown was completed on 2014-03-03 10:48:49; the second phase completed on 2014-03-08 at 19:41. Detailed statistics on how these played out can be found on Phase 1 results and Phase 2 results.

There remains much work to be done! You can find reasonably up-to-date tag filters here. We'll be examining the results of the initial burndown to optimize the system for faster, easier reviews in the near future. For details on overall progress, see: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/208311/regarding-the-stack-overflow-close-review-queue

So, this happened: http://meta.stackexchange.com/q/199879

Now, only questions with at least 4 votes or flags or at least one Do Not Close review are listed in the close review queue. If you're thinking, "that's crazy!" THEN YOU'RE RIGHT! This dramatically reduces the utility of the queue. But, we've had one or two complaintsone or two complaints about the size of the backlog, so it's time we took care of it.

So let's take care of it!

Kill it with fire Kill it with MOAR fire!

Most of the questions listed now are either really terrible or perfectly fine, so they're pretty easy to review:

  • Is it a duplicate? click Close
  • Looks like crap? click Close
  • Doesn't look like crap? click Leave Open
  • Can't make up your mind? click Skip

If everyone reading this did a dozen reviews, we'd have the queue empty in a day... but since a fair number of you probably can't review posts in the close queue, it'll take a bit longer. Hopefully not too much longer...

If you can't help - or just don't want to - that's cool; this backlog has been almost three years in the making; it's not so crucial that we deal with it now.

If you can help and want to help, then you might want to start here - it's a list of the top 250 tags according to how many review items are associated with them, and a link directly to a filtered review queue. Pick a tag you know something about, and see how long it takes you to get to...

There are no items for you to review, matching the filter

The faster we get through this, the faster we get to go back to the non-crazy (or at least, slightly less-fuzzy) close queue.

View our progress so far here!

Stage 2 completed: The initial phase of the burndown was completed on 2014-03-03 10:48:49; the second phase completed on 2014-03-08 at 19:41. Detailed statistics on how these played out can be found on Phase 1 results and Phase 2 results.

There remains much work to be done! You can find reasonably up-to-date tag filters here. We'll be examining the results of the initial burndown to optimize the system for faster, easier reviews in the near future. For details on overall progress, see: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/208311/regarding-the-stack-overflow-close-review-queue

So, this happened: http://meta.stackexchange.com/q/199879

Now, only questions with at least 4 votes or flags or at least one Do Not Close review are listed in the close review queue. If you're thinking, "that's crazy!" THEN YOU'RE RIGHT! This dramatically reduces the utility of the queue. But, we've had one or two complaints about the size of the backlog, so it's time we took care of it.

So let's take care of it!

Kill it with fire Kill it with MOAR fire!

Most of the questions listed now are either really terrible or perfectly fine, so they're pretty easy to review:

  • Is it a duplicate? click Close
  • Looks like crap? click Close
  • Doesn't look like crap? click Leave Open
  • Can't make up your mind? click Skip

If everyone reading this did a dozen reviews, we'd have the queue empty in a day... but since a fair number of you probably can't review posts in the close queue, it'll take a bit longer. Hopefully not too much longer...

If you can't help - or just don't want to - that's cool; this backlog has been almost three years in the making; it's not so crucial that we deal with it now.

If you can help and want to help, then you might want to start here - it's a list of the top 250 tags according to how many review items are associated with them, and a link directly to a filtered review queue. Pick a tag you know something about, and see how long it takes you to get to...

There are no items for you to review, matching the filter

The faster we get through this, the faster we get to go back to the non-crazy (or at least, slightly less-fuzzy) close queue.

View our progress so far here!

Stage 2 completed: The initial phase of the burndown was completed on 2014-03-03 10:48:49; the second phase completed on 2014-03-08 at 19:41. Detailed statistics on how these played out can be found on Phase 1 results and Phase 2 results.

There remains much work to be done! You can find reasonably up-to-date tag filters here. We'll be examining the results of the initial burndown to optimize the system for faster, easier reviews in the near future. For details on overall progress, see: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/208311/regarding-the-stack-overflow-close-review-queue

So, this happened: http://meta.stackexchange.com/q/199879

Now, only questions with at least 4 votes or flags or at least one Do Not Close review are listed in the close review queue. If you're thinking, "that's crazy!" THEN YOU'RE RIGHT! This dramatically reduces the utility of the queue. But, we've had one or two complaints about the size of the backlog, so it's time we took care of it.

So let's take care of it!

Kill it with fire Kill it with MOAR fire!

Most of the questions listed now are either really terrible or perfectly fine, so they're pretty easy to review:

  • Is it a duplicate? click Close
  • Looks like crap? click Close
  • Doesn't look like crap? click Leave Open
  • Can't make up your mind? click Skip

If everyone reading this did a dozen reviews, we'd have the queue empty in a day... but since a fair number of you probably can't review posts in the close queue, it'll take a bit longer. Hopefully not too much longer...

If you can't help - or just don't want to - that's cool; this backlog has been almost three years in the making; it's not so crucial that we deal with it now.

If you can help and want to help, then you might want to start here - it's a list of the top 250 tags according to how many review items are associated with them, and a link directly to a filtered review queue. Pick a tag you know something about, and see how long it takes you to get to...

There are no items for you to review, matching the filter

The faster we get through this, the faster we get to go back to the non-crazy (or at least, slightly less-fuzzy) close queue.

View our progress so far here!

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