Some data first. As of today, there have been 27636 suggested edits:
- 23490 have been approved,
- 4146 have been rejected,
- 6873 were improved.
The top 20 reviewers have the following stats:
What do you people think of these statistics? are we too lenient when it comes to suggested edits? or the other way around? what would you consider a healthy ratio of accept-to-reject?
The last column seems an important metric: do you think the numbers are good? should they be higher? do you think it is common for reviewers to accept edits even if there is a lot of room for improvement? what could we do to encourage reviewers to improve the edits when it is necessary?