I'm more of a reader than a contributor on SO, but I try to jump in sometimes when I can. I tried to triage a post today and it turned out to be an audit. I suggested a moderator review because it had a question, but no code and seemed like it might be better for the Unix site. I failed the audit.
The fail message got me thinking, though:
STOP! Look and Listen.
This was an audit, designed to see if you were paying attention. You didn't pass.
Is the tone of this audit response in-line with our new community guidelines? Would responses like this discourage people from participating in review queues?
Here's a possible alternative:
Review Audit - Please read carefully!
This was an audit designed to help you accurately review posts. Unfortunately, in this case, your review action was incorrect. This post is considered a high-quality post and should be either left as-is or even upvoted.
Please visit the Help Center for information on "How do I ask a good question?" for more information regarding the characteristics of a high-quality post.
(Add link to the 'How do I ask a good question?' page or similar)