I was a few times blocked from reviewing for not passing audits (rather controversial ones). Since the last block I can't remember any failed audits, but I've passed a couple of them. Now I've failed that audit on that question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21984543/google-chrome-bug-website-not-displaying-text and boom
You have failed too many recent review audits – looks like you might need a break. Come back in 7 days to continue reviewing.(more)
Why have I voted to close the linked question? Because it provides no code example, only a link to the site and "please diagnose my problem with that site". I don't think such questions are good. After a year the site will be either fixed or no longer operated, and the question will be probably useless.
What is the issue? The issue is, no matter how many audits I will pass, I will be blocked for failing single one, and with current system failing an audit is the question of time, until you install browser extension checking if it's an audit.
How to fix it?
- never block for failing single audit
- count passed audits since last review block, not only the failed ones
- don't count failed audits forever, use some time window
- remove failed audits from the history, if the audit was disputed (the action contradicting the audit was taken, for example the question in leave-open audit was actually closed)
The last point is the most important one, because current mechanism of choosing audits is overly flawed. Meeting bad audits is as sure as death and taxes.
A positive aspect of current system: I don't care for the size of the close queue anymore. At least not in the next 7 days.