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Can reviewers have reserved time when they're reviewing a post? [duplicate]

We've been discussing the quality of some reviews on Ask Ubuntu. Some of us were getting frustrated that some users were smashing through 20 reviews in a minute so I decided to lay down the law. ...
Oli's user avatar
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Implement some mechanism to avoid robo-approvers [duplicate]

Sorry if this has been asked before and has some ranting in it, but I'm beginning to feel fed off by robo-approvers. This week happened at least ten times to me: I carefully reviewed an edit on a ...
LorenzoDonati4Ukraine-OnStrike's user avatar
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Don't show me suggestions if someone is currently editing it [duplicate]

Ever so often, there is a suggested edit that I choose to edit. However, when I click submit, nearly always I will get the notice saying the post was edited by someone else and that my edit must be a ...
Cole Tobin's user avatar
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Ability to "hold" or "lock" a review while performing an edit [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Lock questions in the review queue while being reviewed A number of questions in the "first posts" category often require significant attention to make them more easily ...
kdmurray's user avatar
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The robo-approvers are killing my will to review edits

Already I have lost all hope of looking at late answers etc. It's just a parade of meh. I can't make any kind of intelligent decision because I can't see the other answers to the question, for ...
Kate Gregory's user avatar
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51 votes
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How does the review-needed indicator work exactly?

With the rollout of the new top bar, you’ve probably noticed the new review indicator: or It’s possible there will be a different review icon by the time you read this. But this post is just about ...
Jon Ericson's user avatar
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123 votes
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Give Community ♦ a review ban

Terrible review record One of our moderators (Community ♦) has been approving terrible edits all over the place; for example, this edit, in which random words were code formatted. Clearly as a ...
Richard Tingle's user avatar
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Do you wait for edits before voting to close a question? [duplicate]

Let's say that there is a question asked in a bad manner, in a way that the question is missing. For example the user shows the code and doesn't explain very well which is the problem. Usually ...
Ramy Al Zuhouri's user avatar
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Rolling back carelessly approved edits [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: The current review system encourages fake reviews; some people upvote everything rather than actually fixing problems “Revolving door” reviews are getting out of control Closely ...
Paul Bellora's user avatar
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Edits suggested within a grace period shouldn't appear as part of the original edit in the review queue

What? Subsequent edits suggested either within their own grace period or within the grace period of the post but after the initial edit was reviewed by a human, will appear to be a part of the ...
cat's user avatar
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Require more info when rejecting an edit

The edit approval/rejection process is too opaque. The reason given says, "This edit is incorrect or an attempt to reply to or comment on the existing post." This reason doesn't say whether it's ...
Madeline Trotter's user avatar
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Red bullet indicator appears but (I think) I am not banned [duplicate]

I see a red bullet in one of my review queues (see attached screenshot). Reading from other posts on this site, I understand that this might mean that I'm (or, more properly, I was) banned from the ...
utobi's user avatar
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Viewing one's /review/ performance

Is it possible to somehow (easily, but doesn't have to be) view or visualize my /review/ performance? I found an interesting question, Lock questions in the review queue while being reviewed, which ...
Jesse's user avatar
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Who is responsible for editing new questions/answers?

Here's an example: object copy visual studio error pop up: std::bad_alloc Question was six minutes ago. Edit was labelled "format correction". By the time I Rejected it had already been approved. ...
Bill Woodger's user avatar
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Lines of code lost in formatting?

I was Reviewing Suggested Edits, and got one on this question: what makes my spinner view look different? It looked clear-cut that the suggestor had added some code. So I chose Invalid Edit. Without ...
Bill Woodger's user avatar
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