I've run through Both SO and Meta searches for an answer, as well as reviewing the , and I cannot find a canonical process to challenge an audit failure. I can find discussions of the single-choice "I Understand" topic that appear unresolved, in that no solution presently exists.
The particular question in point is How can I generate random alphanumeric strings in C#?. Despite the number of up-votes, I feel that this quite clearly falls into a common closure category: "Here's my problem; how do I write the program?" Compare this to How to generate 8 digits UNIQUE & RANDOM number in C#
I also failed review on the first link I posted above, https://stackoverflow.com/review/reopen/11407438. This looks like a case of code review, rather than SO.
I don't want to get rid of audits; I've learned good things from some of my failures, especially at the start. However, in the past few weeks, a majority of my failures have been highly questionable, and I've drawn more than one suspension from those that are outright wrong by current standards.
If we have a challenge mechanism, please point me in the right direction. Otherwise, it's simply not worth the annoyance any more, and I'll drop back to merely comments and answers.