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I just passed another review audit (yay) but it was quite easy because I noticed it was the same one I had already passed yesterday...

Should I be receiving the same audit multiple times, especially so close together in time?

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Someone now needs to audit the audit... – Lorem Ipsum Feb 14 '13 at 23:38
The audit you get is random, so I don't think this is likely to happen very often – Asad Saeeduddin Feb 14 '13 at 23:45
Just think though: how embarrassed would you have been if you'd failed it on the second try... – Shog9 Feb 14 '13 at 23:47
Juuuuuust to make sure. – Dave Newton Feb 15 '13 at 0:31
Hey now you can decline your own bug report. How cool is that? ;) – Shadow Wizard Aug 20 at 8:42

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Consider the (nonexhaustive list of) goals of review audits:

  • making sure you're "paying attention"
  • increasing review quality by nudging you in the direction of the community

I wouldn't call it a bug, since a duplicated review meets at least one of these goals. My vote: status-bydesign

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