For a few days I have been having access to the close vote queue now and I am a bit shocked. My experience is limited to "Unix & Linux" where
- IIRC the maximum number of items in the queue was two
- I close nearly everything
When I looked at the close vote queue here it had ten items. Of course, SF has more questions than Unix but also a lot more users with enough rep to vote (and more moderators). But what's more important: It's maybe half of the questions where I admit to close them.
Meanwhile I am wondering whether I am the "softest" voter here or whether the difference to Unix is that some people here flag "everything they see".
One could discuss every single decision but now I am interested in a general impression: Do many people vote for "leave open" (i.e. is the problem the flagging and not my assessment)?
It might be interesting so see the overall "close" / "leave open" shares (and their distribution ;-) )