I have noticed a change in the review audits, and from others feedback, I was wondering if these audits are effective.
I failed this review audit. I was going to flag it, as I could not find the question, just a long discussion, offering conjecture. The OP, certainly seems to have a lot of knowledge, but I suspected it was provoking a polled and opinionated discussion.
See the first sentence of this answer
My final answer consists of two thesis:
This implies there is not a clear cut answer to this question. If a user has to commence an answer with these are my theories.. what does this say of the question being a good fit?
Am I missing something, or is this not the best sample to use for a review audit?
Who chooses questions for review audits/or are they automatically chosen?
How are the review audits monitored?
I would like a discussion on this with a view to improving the audits. These audits are not necessarily going to trip up the reviewers they are designed to trip up (maybe I am a bad reviewer, you be the judge), but I am finding that some users who, also, may fail these, are thinking a lot about these posts and the reasoning behind there actions may not be altogether poor.
Is this type of auditing going to lead some reviewers from getting banned without good reason?