http://stackoverflow.com/review-beta/low-quality-posts/ shows low quality questions and answers.
When out of close votes I'm not sure what to do with the questions. I can still handle the answers fine as there are no limits on the actions to I can take.
But for questions one of the actions (close) requires close votes. Sure, I say
skip but without the ability to vote for close the process feels a little pointless as I don't have a tool to say "this is bad" anymore and I'm "wasting" time skipping bad things.
Also I'm not sure how the "
not sure" votes are recorded and If that degrades the quality of some collected stats when I repeated skip questions that are clearly bad.
One suggestion might be to not show low quality questions to people that are out of close votes.
Some days later: Now that the initial batch off "low quality posts" are done this might not be that big of an issue any more. Even so it happened to me again that i was out of close votes and got a low quality question that i couldn't do anything about.
Another solution might be to allow the casting of a "should be closed" suggestion just to drive down the questions score a little (i.e. counteracting "looks ok" votes) instead of showing the, unusable, option to close.