This question, which clearly explains at the beginning is designed to provide a list of Selenium Test Optimization Tips, lists several bullet points with one or more full paragraphs of information (not questions), and then finally asks one vague question in the final paragraph (and asks for more tips) failed an audit review when I voted to close it.
The very vague "semi-question" asked is (quoted verbatim, including the lack of a question mark):
Is there any known problems/caveats when using a headless browser
The reason for the audit review fail is:
There are no major problems with this question. You should click Leave Open, or make minor corrections via Edit.
Can someone explain how a list of optimization tips (not posted in the form of a question), a non-specific question asking for "any known problems/caveats", and mentioning they'd like to see other tips posted is an acceptable question on SO?
I'm curious because I've reviewed quite a few questions, and voted to close a lot of others, that were similarly vague and asked for speculative lists and collections of thoughts. Those questions were closed by others as well, and many have been deleted. I can't understand what makes this one different.
For my own education, can someone explain the reason the audit review failed?
In the interest of full disclosure: I went to the question after the audit failure, carefully read it again, and voted to close it for the specific reasons I describe above.