Recently I saw this edit to one of my posts:
It was proposed then accepted by three people in a matter of seconds. Refreshingly, another user ended up reverting the edit before I did.
I'm specifically calling out the reviewers; if you're on this list, try taking a half a second to think before pressing the button. The suggested edit queue isn't even close to being overloaded -- there's no excuse for rushing through them (and even if it was overloaded that's still no excuse).
- johanandren has approved 22 edit suggestions and rejected 0 edit suggestions
- Cheesebaron has approved 635 edit suggestions and rejected 268 edit suggestions
- Len Jaffe has approved 24 edit suggestions and rejected 2 edit suggestions
I don't particularly care about the answer that was edited itself, it's just that I'm sick of seeing your crappy edit reviews. Please, shape it up.
It would be nice if we had a system that let other users flag edit reviews as crap, then permanently (or for a long time) took away the edit review privileges for people who were frequently flagged. The edit queue is totally manageable, we definitely don't need as many people with edit review privileges as we currently have.