Okay, but I remember a while ago I applied to become an editor. Nothing happened, so I guess they are doing fine with the amount of editors then??
no, because having good editors is seen as more important than having many editors, as i mentionned in my first post in this thread. If your application was rejected, there is 99% chances that something was wrong with it.
Only very experienced editors review applications and if you do something wrong in it you will get rejected.