Most of the time I see image-only id-requests be closed as duplicate of the reverse search question.
However, reviewers need to (should) be verifying themselves that it is in fact a duplicate. I feel like people just assume the initial close vote is correct (and it's been mentioned on chat that this attitude seems to exist)
Should we change our approach to these as 'too little detail to be answered' first and duplicate later?
- Faster review time (less wasted time for x number of close votes)
- Less chance of incorrect go with the flow closures, misleading users
- Less rule complexity (as reverse searching is in the guidelines)
- Potential for an asker to edit many times, and still be reverse-searchable, wasting their time.
- may be reopened, but searchable because reopen voters haven't checked
What do you think? Is this a worthwhile closure attitude change?