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Please advise me if this is better suited towards the main site. I posted the question here considering that it is about an ELU feature.


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My question relates to the Editor Statistics above.

My area of concern is the phrase

-user- had 47 edit suggestions approved

To me, the sentence sounds very "terminated". What I mean by that is it makes it seem like the user has since deleted their account and I feel that the Editor Stats are providing a summary instead of an up-to-date statistic/record.

The below phrase seems a much better fit:

-user- has had 47 edit suggestions approved

This is also taking into consideration the fact that the Reviewer Stats use "has":

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Is there a reason why "has" isn't, or shouldn't be, used?

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    It's only marginal, but you're right that 'has had' is more natural. But this should be raised at Meta Stack Exchange. – curiousdannii May 14 '15 at 12:29
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    I might as well point out that meta posts tagged bug or feature-request, no matter what meta site they are on, are all aggregated into the same tracker that the SE developers look at. – Kevin Brown May 25 '15 at 23:41

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