There seems to be a lack of rigour in selecting review audits.
I just "failed" a "Late answers" audit for not choosing to flag an already-deleted answer for this SO question.
The deleted answer is a genuine and worthy attempt to answer the question. The only commented complaint is that the question asks if something is possible, but the answer shows how. Well:
- You're not allowed to just answer "yes" (it's too short, and would not be helpful)
- half the answers on SO answer "how" when asked "if"
- the other answers for that question are scarcely distinguishable from the deleted one
I can not fathom why the answer deleted in the first place. But to use this as an audit seems improper.
Can we be more careful/selective about selecting "obviously poor" late answers?