Reputation awarded for a question was raised from 5 to 10 recently. As a result, many users earned privileges overnight. Some started to attend reviews also.
But when users do not know the scope of the question completely and participate in reviews, it will give rise to inaccurate reviews which are not inline with our meta discussions and help center. This is not against any specific user(s). This is something I have noticed from multiple users. I saw many "Leave Open" in the reviews even though the questions were fit for closure.
I understand there is some kind of difference in opinion in exact duplicates. We can put them aside for now. But questions which ask about Sanskrit language and Programming, transliteration of verses, many questions under one post are also left open. (Needless to say all these are closeable as off-topic and "Needs focus").
Above is a screenshot of review history. Such reviews have not stopped even now. There are reviews based on personal opinion.
The scope of our site and help center are clear what is on-topic and what is not. A review is not a subjective decision and not dependent on personal opinion. For example if a user asks about Devanagari script and its transliteration, there is no scope of opinion difference, the question should be closed as off-topic. If the user is not sure what should be the action on a question, they may click "Skip" but "Leave Open" is being selected for questions which should be closed.
As a result, a question which is supposed to be closed will stay open because it received enough reviews to stay open. Close votes cast on the question start to expire. This causes delay in moderation.
As a community, what steps should we take so that users participating in the reviews give accurate reviews? What action will be taken by the moderators to correct a wrong review?