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I think they've done a good job of full disclosure and we should allow stack exchange to be a magic pasture all uni*s can play in.
This is a network-wide change. See this Meta.SE question and this answer to it:
Review queues lose effectiveness if posts aren't regularly (and
accurately) cleared. A queue such as close votes on Stack
that never seems to get to 0 fails to provide time-sensitive feedback
that aids learning. So if we raise the bar for ...
I guess I should have searched all of the meta sites...
It turns out that there is a formula used to increase the flag quantity based on activity.
Recent changes to flagging and limits
You start with 10 flags per day.
Based on your reputation and flagging history, you can end up with as many as 100 per day.
Currently, that means you get an extra flag per ...
This is by design:
Users with 10 or more reputation can answer a protected question. However, the +100 account association bonus is ignored for this check, so you must have earned 10 or more reputation on that specific site to answer a protected question
Auto-protect questions that get more than N answers from new users in a 24-hour period
The question that it is a duplicate of has been deleted and you don't have enough reputation to view deleted posts.
In cases like this flag the closed question for moderator attention and explain the problem.
If you have enough reputation you could also vote to reopen.
They're not suggested edits...
That's everything waiting in all of the queues. As a member of the site with moderator privileges, you're trusted with information on what's happening outside of your specific area, now including the total /review backlog.
Normally, it should turn over fairly regularly: if you notice that's taking a long time, try to drum up ...