There have been some discussions on this site over the years about handling the review queues. I think the general view amongst the small number of people who regularly visit this site was that we should try to let community members handle the queues and only call on our diamond moderators if the votes were in danger of being aged away. This question is relevant to the discussion ¿Sobre qué elementos de revisión debemos evitar los mods ejercer el "binding vote"?
After the recent appointment of two more moderators the situation is slightly different (1) a community member who was active in the queues now has a diamond so reducing the number of rank-and-file members reviewing (2) the burden on the original lone mod is now reduced so arguments about saving him are less cogent. So do we still believe we should ask the moderators to hold off until posts are in danger of ageing off the queue or do we now feel we are not going to ever find five voters from the community so we should, in an extreme scenario, leave it all to the mods?