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This question in the "Review Reopen Votes" queue is shown as not anymore available, even if just a user reviewed it, and it has not been re-opened.

The question has been temporary locked by a moderator because a content dispute.


For this other question, the review is said to be completed.


In which cases a single review causes a question to be not anymore available in the review queue?

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Well, if a question gets locked, it's kind of not possible for a user to cast a reopen vote anymore, so it makes sense that it would get kicked out of the review queue no matter what the review state was... Are you suggesting it get re-added to the queue when it gets unlocked? – animuson Jan 24 '13 at 5:52
Actually, it was a more generic question. I have edited to hopefully make that clearer. – kiamlaluno Jan 25 '13 at 15:15
up vote 2 down vote accepted

There are many ways a review item can be knocked out of the queue, and many are queue specific. In the Reopen Queue, for example, an item can become no longer reviewable if

  • the question is deleted
  • the question is reopened
  • the question is locked
  • all the reopen votes "age" away

In this particular case, the post became unreviewable when it was locked.

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