Currently review limits are set at:
20 reviews per queue per day if the queue size is less than 1000
40 reviews per queue per day if the queue size is 1000 or more
If there is a an increment of 20 votes for 1000 threshold, then isn't it reasonable that we have further increments for larger review queues?
If so, what would be reasonable?
Currently the SO close vote review queue sits at 8.7k
The question may arise that more delete votes may be needed for closed questions, although automatic deletion may alleviate that pressure.
If this is acceptable to the community, we could use the answers here to form a feature-request.
This question Scale daily review caps more effectively to bring even busy queues to 0 instead of 1000 discusses a similar concept, but has focus on scaling review limits between 0-1000 in an attempt to keep them closer to zero and has a specified algorithm. I am asking if the community does want to increase the reviews, then how should we increase them, example, an extra 10 per day per 5k?