I saw this question on "reopen votes" as an audit question:
The question is a month old, despite not eliciting a single answer or comment. IMO, it's too broad and oddly worded to be a useful question. Which seemed like a good reason to close it, although I'm not sure if the question was ever closed at all.
Which leads me to wonder about the mechanism by which the audit questions are selected, both in general an for this question in particular?
- Are review questions chosen manually by site admins, as stellar examples?
- Are they selected from questions that passed a given review-able action, and then passed with a certain percentage of consensus among the review questions?
- Or is each review queue different, with "re-open" selecting questions that were never closed?