Thanks for bringing this up @tarlocesilion. If I understand you correctly, this feature is actually included in our plans for the RC page filters, but I didn't emphasize it in the project page description (because, I think, users with patrol rights already get it, if I have that right; but not everyone).
Anyway, one of the new filters the ERI project provides will be the ability to view only unpatrolled etits (Polish wikipedia may use the term "reviewed" instead of patrolled). There are a number of new filters we're including. I pasted the full list, as they'll appear on the menu, below.
I hope that addresses Kenraiz 's request. He doesn't appear to be on Phabricator, so I can't ping him here, but perhaps you might find out if this is what he's talking about?
List of Recent Changes filters in the new interface
===Contribution quality predictions
**Very likely good**
Highly accurate at finding almost all problem-free edits.
**May have problems**
Finds most flawed or damaging edits but with lower accuracy.
**Likely have problems**
Finds half of flawed or damaging edits with medium accuracy.
**Very likely have problems**
Highly accurate at finding the most obvious 10% of flawed or damaging edits.
===User intent predictions
**Very likely good faith**
Highly accurate at finding almost all good-faith edits.
**May be bad faith**
Finds most bad-faith edits but with a lower accuracy.
**Likely bad faith**
With medium accuracy, finds the most obvious obvious 25% of bad-faith edits.
Editors who aren’t logged in.
===Experience level (for registered users only)===
Fewer than 10 edits and 4 days of activity.
More days of activity and edits than “Newcomers” but fewer than “Experienced users.”
More than 30 days of activity and 500 edits.
**Your own edits**
Edits by you.
**Edits by others**
Edits created by other users (not you).
Edits made by automated tools.
**Human (not bot)**
Edits made by human editors.
Edits marked as patrolled.
Edits not marked as patrolled.
Edits the author labeled as minor.
Edits not labeled as minor.
===Type of change===
Edits to wiki content, discussions, category descriptions....
Edits that make new pages.
Records of pages being added or removed from categories.
Edits that originate in Wikidata.
Administrative actions, account creations, page deletions, uploads....
I don't think that's quite what was asked for: it seems this task is instead asking for a way to surface edits that are unreviewed and were made more than 24h ago. RecentChanges has a patrolled filter (this is not a new feature created by our project, it's already there) but it only displays the most recent edits, you can't ask it to only show edits older than a certain threshold.
I don't think that's quite what was asked for: it seems this task is instead asking for a way to surface edits that are unreviewed and were made more than 24h ago.
Right. If you can't go back that far, then what does this RC page interface element do?
Show last 50 | 100 | 250 | 500 changes in last 1 | 3 | 7 | 14 | 30 days
From this, I thought you could go back 30 days. if you combine that with the Unpatrolled filter, doesn't that provide what the user wants?
That lets you show up to 50/.../500 changes from the last 1/.../30 days, but it'll still sort in reverse chronological order, i.e. most recent ones first. So best case you have to scroll past the recent ones to reach the older ones, and worst case there are so many of them that you can't even get to the old ones. For example, if your filters match 50 edits per hour, you won't be able to go back 24 hours because you'll run afoul of the 500 changes limit at the 10-hour mark. Lest this sound theoretical, applying the "hide patrolled edits" filter on plwiki with the limit set to 500 got me 4-5 hours' worth of changes (it's worth noting that I did this at 3:30am Poland time, not sure how fewer edits at night vs less review activity at night works out).
This feature request appears to be for some sort of special treatment / singling out / highlighting of unpatrolled edits specifically because they are old, for some value of "old".