A curious thing I keep observing is that the suggested-edits queue seems rather empty (less than 5 suggestions per day, I guess).
In other words: Not so many users seem to suggest edits to questions or answers. Is there something we could do about it, or is that fine? Wouldn't more editors be beneficial to fix typos, typesetting and other hick-ups on old posts?
On a meta-site, edit privileges start for users with 1000 reputation, but what about all the 1323-177= 1146 users who could potentially suggest edits? Is it about the return-rate (how often a users visits the site per time interval), or is it about returing-visitors not being motivated to edit?
Total reputation User count as of June 16th, 2020 > 1000 177 > 500 404 > 200 1,323 > 1 29,321