I've noticed that for most wiki tag edits, it takes only a few hours to get them reviewed (approved and/or rejected). However, right now I have 1 such wiki tag edit suggestion which is being reviewed for about 2 days now (with 1 reject about 2 days ago, followed by 1 approve about 1 day later). Those of you who are authorized to "review" (see?) my suggestions should be able to find the specific tag suggestion I'm waiting for now (for about 2 days, fingers crossed ...). I do not want to mention the specific tag suggestion here, to not influence the review process.
I'd like to better understand if there is something like "happening behind the scenes" (not visible to me), like some type of escalation, or some discussion between reviewers. Especially because this specific case is about a reject, followed by an approve, and probably the next judgement will make that tag edit suggestion be approved or rejected.
FYI: I seem to remember that some days ago, for some other (popular) tag something similar happened ... And I think in the end it got ... approved.
PS: Should I consider "flagging" my suggested tag edit, to avoid something like "starvation"? Or is their some procedure in place so that the appropriate reviewer(s) gets reminded with something like "waiting your review"? By editing this question here (1 day after I asked it), I hope to somehow ring a bell somewhere about it also ...