I just "failed" a review audit. I saw the question and read the comments. Comments directly under it included:
add yourself to the "affected" people :) (see the "reported" link in my answer)
And comments / contents of other answers referred to a specific bug in Launchpad (including a link to it). For this reason, I flagged the question as off-topic with this motivation:
Bug reports and problems specific to development version of Ubuntu should be reported on Launchpad so that developers can see, track and fix these issues.
Then I got this message, like if I were a child being scolded by a teacher:
STOP! Look and Listen.
This was an audit, designed to see if you were paying attention. You didn't pass. There are no major problems with this question. You should click Leave Open, or make minor corrections via Edit.
Don't worry, we've already handled this post appropriately – but please take a minute to look it over closely, keeping in mind the guidance above.
This doesn't make much sense. Questions which have answers and comments with a link to Launchpad bug reports should be excluded from this kind of audits.
This would be pretty easy to do using a regular expression. There are already a few checks for the review process (e.g. the automatic "duplicate" comment does not get issued if there is already one, and so on) so adding one more check should not be difficult.
Can this be implemented?