I was recently presented with this audit of an accepted answer that looked fine to me. Without any action on my side, the "I'm done" button was available. I assumed this was due to the answer being accepted (I haven't encountered this situation before) and I considered it worth clicking.


So there are basically two bugs here:

  • the "I'm done" button shouldn't have been available since I didn't do anything
  • Since I didn't downvote, flag or comment, the audit shouldn't have failed
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    I never reviewed much (if anything), but all the reported problems with audits don't make me eager to try such seemingly demotivating endeavour. – Arjan Aug 10 '13 at 13:20
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    @Arjan Nah, it's a relatively rare occurence, but even a rare bug should be fixed if easily possible – Tobias Kienzler Aug 10 '13 at 15:53

Ok I fixed the "I'm Done button being enabled w/o action" part thanks to this bug report.

So now in a First Post audit, you have to do either No Action or Skip. And since any of the actions on the post (edit, comment, ...) that would enable the I'm Done button also complete the audit, you now shouldn't even have a chance to click it.

The fix will be available in build rev 2013.11.15.1647 on meta and 2013.11.15.1158 on sites

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