Currently, the Suggested Edits feature in Android is disabled as soon as a user makes 1 edit in the app that gets reverted. The concern is that this is too strict and would unnecessarily prevent editors who generally make valuable edits from contributing via suggested edits.
Charlotte looked at background rates of reverts in the app, and has proposed setting 5 as threshold for turning off the suggested edits feature (see T231449).
To help prioritize the development needed to change the threshold, Charlotte needs to know the "Total number of unique suggested edit users with a reverted suggested edit". Are a lot of people getting impacted, or are these edge cases?