I was reviewing a few Firsts Posts on Stackoverflow today. I am fully awaye that for the "I'm Done" button to enable, you must edit, flag or vote and so on, on the question. However I noticed that upvoting a comment enables it too. I personally don't think this should be considered as reviewing as it has nothing to do with the question. What does everyone else think?
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I think upvoting comments is a valid way to complete a review, because someone might have written something that I would have written, too - to give a hint on how the OP could improve the question - without immediately up- or downvoting the question, because it's not bad enough to deserve a downvote, and not good enough (yet) to deserve an upvote either...
You may be right about an upvote not being a worthy edit, but there does need to be a way for a reviewer to say that the post looks good. The upvote is the only way that I know of to do that. You imply that a more neutral action would be nice and I agree.