In October 2019, a new process for the reinstatement of former moderators was released.
Has any former moderator gone through this process far enough to receive a determination? If so, what do we know about how well the process worked or what the outcomes are looking like? I'm aware that at least one former moderator declined to seek reinstatement though this process, but one case is not a trend, and it is unclear whether there were any lower-profile or less-famous former moderators who have silently gone through this process and received some sort of determination, whether it is reinstatement or refusal.
To be clear, this is not a protest question in any way, nor am I proposing that the process be changed. I'm simply curious as to how the new process is working out in real life. If outcome statistics are available (e.g. 1/3 of 18 former moderators who completed the process were reinstated, with the most common reason for refusal being having been involved in serial voting in the past), that would be helpful, but I understand if there are things that cannot be disclosed for privacy purposes.
In response to Magisch and Stormblessed's comments, I'm asking specifically about the full, formal moderator reinstatement process in the linked document. Former moderators who either refused to engage with the process and have not been reinstated, or who were reinstated without having to go through the full process as defined (i.e. by exception) do not count.