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Is this for real? W.T.F. I'd like to point out that vandalism was attributed to a real User, totally unacceptable.

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Now its telling me "This post does not meet our quality standards".

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This is just insulting.

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  • FWIW, you can click through to the question or the scape-goat user with these tests. It's a good way to verify that the review is just a test instead of an actual issue.
    – user53019
    Mar 18 '13 at 16:56
  • The quality standards issue was when creating this question? Mar 19 '13 at 6:00
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The issue has been discussed on Meta Stack Overflow. Clearly something is still going on. I'll look into it.

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Not entirely sure what you're asking here, but... The various quality checks do take rep into account - beyond a certain point, it's assumed you know what you're doing in certain areas (code formatting, for instance).

The basic writing-style checks apply to everyone though. Complete sentences, punctuation, and enough text to reasonably explain a problem are universally important.

As World Engineer notes, suggested edit audits are temporarily attributed to a random recent editor - they don't actually appear in his activity though, nor does approval or rejection have any effect on him. Once you've completed the audit, the Community user will be displayed instead.

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