I'm one of those
fools^users who spends most or all of their close-votes daily. As part of the efforts of the SO Close Vote Review Room, we coordinate on reviewing particular tags to reduce their backlogs.
I've run into a bit of weirdness. Maybe there's a bug. Maybe there is more to the documented rules than I know; perhaps after you've voted once on a question it won't be in your queue after your vote ages off.
Edits or a sufficient number of "Leave Open" reviews will remove the question from review and immediately begin aging the close votes. If the question receives another close vote after being kicked out, it will re-enter the queue for further review. Reviewing close and reopen votes
I interpret that to mean that any question that has received a close vote after being "kicked out" of the queue should be in the queue.
But that's not what I see. Note that I'm including question links here just to facilitate any digging that someone with super-powers may need to do.
For me, the cv queue for my target tag is empty. However, if I go through the open questions on that tag, I can find questions that have close votes on them, and that I'm allowed to place a close vote on. (I know that at least a couple of these got "left open" via the general CVRQ, and then got new close votes.)
- How do I use function from external library?
- https://stackoverflow.com/q/21378044/1677912 (closed before I could re-vote)
Since I am able to vote on them, I would expect to see those in the tag close-vote review queue. Why don't I?
In contrast, there are other open questions that are understandably missing, such as these ones that I voted on several weeks ago but are still open, and I can't vote on again for at least another week:
- One-time login tokens for third-party access to a resource
- Third Party Polymer Elements
There have been other questions of a similar vein: