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Just now I stumbled upon a certain question and noticed that at least the title was horrible. It happened to be a 1 rep user who just asked his first question, so I guess the user cannot be blamed too much.

However, the review queue was empty meaning that someone approved the post.

Now I was looking for any means to notify the reviewer that he might want to take more time for the next one, but I did not find anything.

So, basically I would like to request a feedback system for reviewers. Or if this already exists I could use some advice in how to apply it.

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also However, the review queue was empty meaning that someone approved of this post I don't see any up-votes on that question, and as far as I know, questions in the review queue are already posted for the general public anyway, so i wouldn't say that anyone explicitly approved of that question – Sam I am Jan 7 '13 at 16:30
Thanks for your answer, does that mean that there is nothing I can do to check whether it was a bad review, and should just edit the title now? – Dennis Jaheruddin Jan 7 '13 at 16:35
Did the question have 0 votes after you checked the review queue? – Sam I am Jan 7 '13 at 16:39

We've already got one. I think it's commonly referred to as project honeypot.

Essentially you have already evaluated questions, for test purposes, and if you make the wrong action, you can fail the test.

if you fail too often, your reviewing ability can get suspended for a time

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