Due to your number of votes and/or your reputation, this deletion requires final approval from a developer before it is completed
That's on the basis of:
- 916 upvotes
- 730 downvotes (excluding the downvotes on deleted posts, which don't matter anyway).
- 3,347 reputation
None of this looks like the sort of activity that would create a major disturbance if the votes were discarded (which was the motivation for having this review process). The low threshold for manual review results in more busywork for employees, who surely have better things to do:
I propose to recalibrate the algorithm so that only upvotes are considered, and have a higher threshold for them than the current one. If someone got, say, 20 downvotes which are discarded with user deletion, they are not going to be upset by seeing +40 (as opposed to seeing -200 with the loss of 20 upvotes).