A known problem is that sometimes bad suggested edits get approved. Moderators have a tool in the form of suggested edit bans to deal with this, but those bans aren’t always immediately appropriate.
I’d like to suggest the ability to mark an individual review outcome as incorrect from its review page, with that mark being taken into account in automated review bans (essentially counted as an audit failure) and in automated suggested edit bans, even when later edits prevent the mod Reject override from being used. It might be possible to apply this mark automatically in some cases, too, like when a “looks good” is later closed or deleted as spam/abusive.
In the case of suggested edits, it could also remove the 2-rep bonus.
- How was this edit useful?
- https://stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/19975662 (when someone rolls back a harmful edit – the right thing to do – it prevents the mod Reject override from being used)
- https://stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/20096687 (I don’t understand why this one can’t be overridden, actually – it’s the most recent revision. Normally whether the OP approved it doesn’t matter.)
- https://stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/20772319 (OP overriding correct decision by reviewers to reject the edit means mods can’t override again)
- https://stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/23332594 (edit to revert the edit substance check circumvention insta-approves and makes it impossible to reject after the fact)