I have 40 close votes per day, which I can go through in 15-20 minutes on reviews (or much less if I filter to opinion-based/too-broad).
The current close vote queue size is 90.7k. At 4 remaining normal user votes per close that's about 362,800 total votes needed.
This means every day, I can contribute 40/362,800 = 0.011% of the total work required to take care of that queue.
That seems... low. Is there some way I can make a bigger dent?
Also, are there statistics available that show, for a given day (or on average per day), the number of new items added to the close review queue, the number of votes on questions in that queue, and the number of users who typically participate in reviews (I know there's the stats site I just don't know how to make this query)?
javaby just automatically closing all questions that contain the phrases "best practice" or "better in terms of performance".