I was in the middle of conducting some 'First Post' reviews and didn't pass a review audit. Mea Culpa.
However, what surprised me is that after failing this one audit, I received the response:
You have failed too many recent review audits – looks like you might need a break. Come back in 2 days to continue reviewing.
After reading this it struck me as odd because the way it reads, it sounds like it is implying that I have recently failed more than one audit, which I haven't. In fact, I have had a large number of passes recently. I don't even recall when was the last time I failed a review audit.
So my questions/requests are:
Can this wording be updated to include the number of failed audits a person has within the duration of time that the site uses to determine a ban was needed so as to remove any ambiguity in that statement?
I come from the mentality that practice makes perfect, but if the site is going to ban an individual from the review activity for two days after they fail just a single audit, and especially if they have had a high number of successful audits within the last
ndays and no failed audits, it just feels a bit harsh of a reaction in my honest opinion. Perhaps a ban is in order after multiple failed audits (2 perhaps?), within the past
nhours/days may be a better approach. This isn't a huge change, and the sanity check to see how many successful audits the user has passed within the last
ndays should be indicative of the overall quality of the reviews the person is capable of.