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I've been seeing a few failed tests when I vote to close questions on SO. Apparently others thought the questions were valid enough, but they lacked (for instance) code, or were not code-related.
One example I just failed was How to set projects to the recent view in Visual Studio?, which in my opinion is not a proper question for SO (as it is not code-related, but caused by setting a specific option in VS).
Similarly, I recently voted to close some question that showed some kind of a flow diagram and asking how to achieve it, but without any code or other effort shown in it. I've noticed it happening with a few other questionable questions as well, at ended up getting blocked from reviewing for 2 days as a result.
Is there a way to somehow flag or otherwise object to the test result? I'm perfectly fine with being told I was wrong, but some of these questions still do not seem like a good fit. Perhaps they shouldn't be used as test questions, as they do lack some of the (what I consider to be) essentials (I.e. code, or what the user tried to solve their issue).
Edit: I think this is the link to the review mentioned: https://stackoverflow.com/review/close/3520037