This main meta post tells us that the only Stack Exchange sites with a review audit system are:
- Stack Overflow
- Server Fault
- Super User
- Ask Ubuntu
These are six of the largest and most active sites on the network, plus this one small site only just out of beta (which already had review audits even while still in beta). Introducing review audits on a small site is a remarkable decision, and apparently unprecedented on Stack Exchange. And yet, in searching our meta I couldn't find any discussion of this decision: not only no community consensus in favour of it, but not even an announcement of its implementation. This begs the question:
why do we have review audits on Puzzling?
(I can't really see the point of them, but I'd be interested to hear what the rationale was behind introducing them. Once we know the reasoning, we can then start to debate whether it's still relevant at this stage or whether review audits should be abolished here.)