The stack exchange developers have been working hard on making the tools for reviewing content by trusted users better to allow the community to keep things clean, clear and free of spam and other disruptive content.
I wanted to make a place to discuss any site-specific comments or concerns and also to encourage everyone to check out the new tools and send feedback either here or on the main meta by using the review tag.
Here are some tips for successful hunting:
- It's OK to close any question that needs time, editing or clarification to prevent it from getting voted out of existence. I expect the tools to have a reopen queue at some point, but you can always flag a question for reopening if you feel it's in better shape after a closure.
- Review is not a race. Questions in review have already had that "something isn't quite right" flag or vote and it's up to you to pause and reflect to see how best to fix things. The NOT SURE button is your friend. It doesn't take the question out of review so err on that if you are at all unsure.
- Thank you for making the site a better place for all. Be critical, but be civil when reviewing. Civility is not necessarily synonymous with niceness, but when you can pull off both, so much the better.
As our site grows, having many eyes improving the quality of the questions, comments and answers will allow us to continue to grow into the best place on the internet for Apple hardware and software questions.