The possibility of making edits similar to Google Maps editor
I suggest the possibility of making edits as is done in Google Maps editor. There, anyone can edit freely and these edits are subject to technical evaluation before being approved. Here we can improve and, for example, put that these edits are evaluated by editors of a higher level than the one who submitted the edit.
The reason for this suggestion is due to the probable problem that more places, besides my city, may end up facing: currently I am a level 2 novice editor, and I live in a small town in the state of São Paulo, but this city has 700 thousand inhabitants and a few neighboring cities that add up to a lot of movement - even with a reasonable number of residents and people who travel, the truth is that currently there is no editor of a higher level who lives here and can deal with the daily traffic problems. Can you see where I'm going right?
This proposal to have an editor similar to Google solves the problem that the community, at least in my view, has been facing, which is that many editors are simply giving up on being participatory and only making small critical changes that affect them in traffic (I myself am going through this scenario).
Flavio Ogawa commented
Just to be clear: I know about the mentorship program - I even participated in it - and I think it's an excellent idea to put people who understand WME better in contact with novices, however the current pace of level-up along with what each level can actually do in terms of edits is at least exaggerated. Of course, some resources make sense for the applied level, but the problem is the same, if there is no one willing to report the problem, it will not be solved without the editor living here. And I think everyone has already noticed that the number of reports is decreasing, and the number of people who respond to reports after the first contact is decreasing even more.