I would like to gather some feedback on availability and ease of access to information (statistics) about my moderation and reviewing. Similar info as available for flags, where you go to the profile page and click on the number after "helpful flags" and get an idea how you are doing.
Reviewing the flag information helped with determining what were wrong applications of the flags by me, and allowed me to improve on "flagging".
For other areas this kind of input is not available (AFAIK), or not at an early stage. E.g. you can only easily look at how others voted to close on reviews by the time you have a rep that you should have a relative good grasp of reviewing this anyway. It would be useful to have a page much earlier (rep wise), where you can see your own reviews that had a different outcome than what you voted (maybe that is there but I missed it), and this information could be more anonymous than the history link available to high rep users (which shows the names of the other reviewers):
4 out of 5 U&L other reviewers recommended deleting this post
Another case, the one that triggered this question, is based on a recent comment from a Michael Mrozek about an answer that I reviewed (Low Quality queue IIRC) and where I, and two reviewers before me, voted to delete because it looked like a comment/request for clarification. Michael preferred to change to change the answer to something looking more like a real answer. Having been made aware of that, I will keep that in mind and do that myself. Without that comment addressed to me however, I would probably never have noticed. And I have no clue how often this has happened in the past, nor where I could get info about this.
If we answer here (possible as wiki answers), we could use the voting mechanism on the answers to determine opinions on usefulness and then make a combined feature request at some point based on that. Or, if the poster missed some already available mechanism to get information, the answer could be marked with a clear:
this information is already available
and help future visitors looking for this information in one place, together with information about feedback/statistics what they cannot hope to find (yet).
This is not a feature request or support request on existing features on its own. As I indicated, it is intended as a discussion item, possible resulting in a feature request distilled from the information here.
It is also not intended to eventually make voting etc. more uniform, being able to review once actions compared to others doesn't mean one has to change, but could help those who are interested, to focus on a potential different way of (re-)acting.