Well, we had one recently that I was on the fence about (can’t link you to it, as there seems to be little/no history of past queued posts…) But if it were in response to a specific post, I may have permitted it because it was semi-on-topic, but if it were to the OP, I likely wouldn’t have, as it wasn’t as on-topic.
It was very grey and since there was no way to tell who it was directed at, I let it sit and then someone else made the decision to just reject it. We’ve actually had this happen multiple times. We’ll review it, and just not act because there isn’t much context to lead us to determine “yep, allow it as who they are responding to, makes sense” versus “nope, not even close to what the OP is looking for”
Context is 100% helpful in any moderation task. OP asked X, reply from user Y covered X and added Y as a possibility, approved post could be targetting X or Y or none of them above, but without knowing the context of who the post was geared for, it is hard to approve it since the user is new and this is their one and only post (we sort of have to assume their intent and decide, which doesn’t seem like a good idea).
We’ve also taken the stance of only using Approve or Delete User, as Reject is funky at the moment (as previously stated in this topic). And Delete User blocks the user permanently (technically Reject keeps them blocked too, it just doesn’t block their IP/email and delete the user) so we like to be certain of side on Approve if there is any chance its intent could be for good (doing that without any context is difficult though).