Right now if you have a backlog of commits going through post-review audits it is a little hard to keep track of things that still need to be done. One particular area of difficulty is tracking comments that people have made without raising a concern.
Since raising a concern is a pretty heavy-weight action (it requires an auditor to remove the raised concern at a later time somehow) it is most often desirable to just leave some comments and suggestions and then accept the Audit. The problem is that once an audit has been accepted it is pretty much impossible for the author to keep track of the comments.
We currently work around this by not accepting audits until the author had a chance to look at and respond to comments, but that's not ideal either because it still puts extra work on the auditor to close the audit at a later time and creates an uncertain state where it is not clear whether the audit is actually done.
It seems a decent way to solve this problem is to allow the author to query for commits that have comments on them that have not been marked as Done. For extra points, it would be nice to have a one-click way of marking all comments as done.