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Having seen at least two questions here on Meta today about reviewers running into honeypot questions that may have been edited into shape in the meantime and undeleted, I think there needs to be a mechanism in place for users to audit this audit mechanism.
I grant you, having an
It's not fair button to report a false positive underneath the
I understand one would be asking for a lot of clicks from disgruntled users who were upset that they were delayed in their quest to click to badges paradise, so perhaps putting a 5K or 10K rep floor on the ability to do so would curtail some, but certainly not all, abuses of such a system.
Why is this important? Reviewers that may be tripping these honeypots deserve a clear-cut example to follow. Really, perhaps the "mini-lecture" that accompanies these would be better served with some custom text from a human. Given the frequency with which they come up, this may or may not be prohibitive, but in place of that human touch, consistency would be the best teacher. Learning from a moving (or an already edited) target is almost futile.