So this is what I wanted to do:
Since there are almost always around 200 posts in the
Close Votereview queue, and the system doesn't have enough active users with 3k+ rep, so I thought why don't I up vote some users (I don't know them personally) who are:
Active in the review process.
Close enough to 3k rep.
So I did just that! Of course, while doing so, I made sure that the up voted questions / answers of the user actually deserves the up votes.
Of course, I didn't know about this until today!
When a single user continually votes (up or down) on many of your posts within a short period of time, the system considers these votes to be invalid and removes them.
Ah! Now I feel bad for that user.
Note: I've done it more than once, but only got the hammer by the system this time, probably because I did this in a shorter period this time (silly me!). I thought I can vote whoever I want (with responsibility of course).
To be honest, I still want to do that, but in a way that is allowed in the system. Because:
- Not many people vote in WPSE.
- Not many people participate in the review process.
So my question is:
How can I (if at all) expedite the process of one or more people becoming the part of the review queue? Or does it have to be all 100% natural?
OK, let's say the correct answer is I shouldn't do that. In that case, may I ask you good folks to join in the voting system more please? That way this same process I tried to do all by myself will happen naturally.