Today I stumbled upon this review, which looked perfectly reasonable to me, so I decided to end the review with "No action".
Turns out, this was a review audit and apparently this edit "was of very poor quality" and I should have edited it.
Can someone explain me what is wrong with this post? Aside from the fact that it may or may not be technically inaccurate, but that should really be out of the considerations when doing a review, right? To me the answer gives a clear answer to the question, the class names are similar so I don't really see anything wrong with it.
To expand the scope of my question, I've noticed recently a surge in unfair and sometimes plainly wrong review audits. I used to pass pretty much all the audits, but now it's more the other way around, and every time I can't find a really good reason for it. Also they seem to happen much ore frequently, I'm literally spending more time doing review audits than real reviews, and since their quality seems to have decreased over time it's not motivating for me and not beneficial for SO.
Has something changed in the review audit system? Or maybe this is by design so more people can have a chance at reviewing since some of the queues now drain almost instantly?
I don't know in details all the rules to pick audits, but it seems to me the rate of false positives has grown exponentially recently and is more hurting well-intentioned reviewers than it is helping SO.