I created a package and set myself as an owner. Then I enabled audit on the package. Now I get automatically notified when files in my package are touched and I haven't reviewed the changes, which is great.
Our team uses a workflow where master collects the next version's changes, but we have branches for maintaining current releases and the commits cascade down to master automatically. This means that every commit to fix a bug in a current release ends up triggering 2 audits - one for the branch in which it is actually made and one for master due to the merge. It would be great if the merges could be automatically ignored (or somehow rolled in) if there's already an audit that exists for the original change being merged.