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I recently noticed this review. It was invalidated and I could not understand the reason for invalidation.

After a bit of searching in Meta Stack Exchange, I found this answer in which it was mentioned:

If the review task is removed due to other circumstances outside the queue (e.g. a moderator deletes a post that is being reviewed, outside the queue), it is marked "invalidated" or "no longer reviewable".

But in this case, a moderator did not delete the post.

Even this bug is not relevant as the OP did not delete and undelete their post.

So, why was the review invalidated?

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    14 days between creation of the task and its invalidation. I suspect an automatic process.
    – rene
    Sep 3 at 17:44
  • @rene Can you please share the source of information? Sep 3 at 17:44
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    On SO a lot of those can be found: data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/query/1455788
    – rene
    Sep 3 at 17:47
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    The source of my information is my gut feeling.
    – rene
    Sep 3 at 17:47
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    The timeline shows two timestamps with 14 days between next to the FP queue entry, though those aren't labeled...
    – Sam Onela
    Sep 3 at 17:49
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    @rene is right, see the second last paragraph of Shog9's answer in the linked question.
    – Glorfindel Mod
    Sep 3 at 18:17
  • @Rob I don't think that is the case. Sep 3 at 18:34
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    @rene is indeed right. Posts more than 14 days old were not eligible for the first posts queue.
    – animuson StaffMod
    Sep 3 at 19:54

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