- New top bar is live (section "Review queue icon sucks")
- Review queue updates & icon poll
- Review icon survey by Stack Exchange DAG team
I wonder about this stats request: Looking for stats on how frequency of skip actions correlates with amount of reviews done by user.
It looks like totally ignored by Stack Exchange team for over three months. What could be reason for that? How could it improve to have better chances to be addressed or at least noticed?
For a while I thought the reason is that SE team can't afford to spend any effort on involved matters of reviewers attrition. However what I currently observe suggests that this is not the case.
Team appears to invest substantial dev and designer efforts into these matters. They also posted featured announcements at two largest meta sites (here and MSO, see links at the top). They even set up a survey to collect a feedback from site users.
Compared to that, addressing mentioned stats request seems to be very easy, like just a matter of a database query, or do I miss something?