So now we have review audits on all the queues. Is anyone measuring anything (even the rate of whiny questions on meta about robo approvers) to see if it's making a difference? Some possible numbers:
- absolute numbers of reviews per day: I would expect these to drop as the grinders are either "on a break" or giving up on it)
- average time spent per review: I would expect this to increase for everyone, or because the sub-one-second grinders are not contributing as many reviews to the pot)
- churn in the reversible queues (eg close/reopen): I would expect this to drop when less bad decisions are being made
- edit rollbacks, especially if there's a suggested edit in the history: I would expect this to drop
Do we have access to any of that? Can we be told how many people are "on a a break"? The relative proportions (eg 50% of all suspensions are in the First Posts queue?) The most robo-y queue?
Any numbers at all to make us feel like the queues are being made into happier places?