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I have a habit of looking back at suggested edits I've reviewed to see if my decisions tend to be in-keeping with the community and I've noticed an 18k user (pXL) apparently just clicking anything...
(NB: I initially linked the wrong suggested edits. Apologies, corrected)
Looking at the users history, there's 3-4 seconds between each vote, which is probably about as fast as the buttons work.
automated tests audits aren't blocking these reviews - so is there any other mechanism to mitigate/prevent this? Perhaps a reporting process?
Failing that, can I suggest that perhaps if the time between reviews (in a block) is consistently under (say) 7-10 seconds, we trigger a throttle of some sort?
I know some edits really can be reviewed one after another but not all of them and certainly not this consistently.