Okay, sadly enough I've failed yet another review audit - this time in the reopen queue. Okay, yes I was/am new to the reopen queue, and this time in fact I've clicked "Skip" a hell of a lot more than in the other 4 queues that need less reputation (close votes are also very subjective and require a lot of skipping). This time, the following post tripped me up:
Now for most close/reopen posts, I would have clicked "skip" and moved on. However, for this example I thought it was relatively clear cut in it being closed. My rationale for leaving it closed:
- the question does not make clear what was the issue with the application crashing on startup
- it does not provide any relevant information as to what was the particular issue surrounding the change in the Java version that requires a fix
- warning messages from the control panel (that the questioner said was able to be removed by setting a directive in the manifest) were not shown, so a decision of what to do could not be made clearly and easily
So, I have now three questions:
- Is this a fair review audit?
- Do you think that my rationale was a reasonable way of thinking or not?
- Is this (overall) a reasonable question to open, and was I wrong to leave the question closed (if it was actually closed in the first place)?