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I was doing some reviews today, and I stumbled upon a question in the "Reopen Votes" queue that I decided to leave closed, while it was apparently an audit. Here is the audit that I failed.
I'm totally fine with that, I very rarely fail audits, and when I do there is usually a good reason that I can understand, but after looking several times at this post I have no idea why this should have been reopened.
The goal of this question is to ask for best practices. While the post itself is well worded, the question itself is very vague and cannot expect a reasonable answer. There is even a full blog post on John Skeet's blog on this very topic. And after looking on meta, it seems like the general consensus is that questions about best practices should be avoided, and to me this questions shouldn't be the exception in the way it's constructed.
So my question is, why is this question an audit? At the very least, audits should have no ambiguity in whether it should be closed or not, and picking a question about best practices as an audit is certainly not a wise choice.