I know the review audits aren't without their flaws, but with this review:
it should be clear that something is not right. As usual, the vote tally, acceptance mark, and username were hidden.
Since I liked the answer, I was going to praise the author in a comment. Or, so I thought. Instead, I got a "STOP! Look and listen" by clicking "add comment".
This is ridiculous. Ab-so-lutely ridiculous. There are a myriad of reasons why one could decide to comment that have nothing to do with assessing overall quality -- just to name a few: praise, clarification, or mentioning a typo.
Is there an actual reason for this? Even a year later, when the review audits have been at least somewhat modified, that adding a comment still causes an automatic fail?