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After failing another audit, I really believe that comments on audits should be considered a neutral action, just like how clicking the link to the full question/answer is not considered. The logic used is equivalent to "you don't need to see the full question if it's good enough, it should be obvious", which is just complete baloney and completely unnatural, opposite to what a normal person would do. Please change the logic of "known good" review audits - it unfairly attacks legitimate reviewers while it does not do much to lower robo-reviewing. Here's the typical example of such an audit:
As a result of this audit, I got a suspension from the review queue, which I believe is flawed and does not match how genuine reviewers actually would behave in situations such as these - which ultimately is the basis of this feature request.