It is an age of many kinds of reviews. It is an age of good reviews, an age of bad reviews, an age of long reviews, an age of short reviews, an age of constructive reviews, as well as an age of destructive reviews.
This time, I got a totally different kind of review, one that is not only helpful, but also empathetic. One that not only tells you what is wrong or unclear, but also how to fix them. One that not only tells you how to fix them, but also tried to understand why the current draft is laid out so, and argued against the reason behind, just to convince you that a better way is needed.
An empathetic review from WSDM, I feel this is worth blogging/bragging about, even though the paper itself got a rejection.