From time to time I fail a review audit. That's another story, but after not having run in to an audit (and certainly not failing one) for over a week, and suddenly failing one, I got banned from reviewing for two days.
Is the limit really that low? And should it be? Most audits are fair and those are rarely failed, and some are plain stupid and are easy to miss.
I'm pretty certain a fair amount of people fail audits from time to time, even reviewers that really contribute and put an effort into reviewing. Is the correct approach to ban those users for two days after failing a single audit? If there's really need for that, why not raise the rep-limit for reviewing instead of creating audits that confuse, are plain out bad and easy to slip?
This is a feature request to raise the allowed amount of failed audits per week, alternatively raising the rep limit for reviewing.
It is also a support question asking about how the review audit system works per today – what is the failed audit limit, does it ever reset?