Just a few minutes ago I was rewiewing a first post. Another one did also rewiew the same post and closed his review first, so that my review with more correcting was deleted.

Why does the review system not prevent reviewing questions that are just now rewiewed by another one?

I think there should be no fight for first clicking "I'm Done" but to get complete reviewed and so better posts ... If one is reviewing a post no one more should be able to review the same post until reviewing is finished.

What do you think about that?

You mean editing, not reviewing, right? There is a dedicated review system under tex.stackexchange.com/review, which you might not be able to access yet. For the editing process there is already a feature request or bug report either here or on the main meta.sx site. – Martin Scharrer Oct 8 '12 at 16:36
@MartinScharrer: Kurt is only 69 reputations away from being able to access it :-). – Martin Schröder Oct 9 '12 at 14:23
@MartinScharrer: For me it seems to be the same for both editing and reviewing. I can access the dedicated review system (see for example the first posts). I now will search for the bug report you mentioned ... – Kurt Oct 9 '12 at 17:41
@Kurt: You mean the same when editing while reviewing. You can review a post without editing it, e.g. if you vote for deletion etc. – Martin Scharrer Oct 9 '12 at 17:43
@MartinScharrer: but the problem is that if I open a post to review it with only upvoting or editing or ... (finished with clicking on "I'm done") I think it should be closed for others to review it. It results into a race who clicks first and not to build better posts. It is boring, if one edit carefully an post and is thrown out by an other, only changing the tags or something else. I hope I'm clear, I'm not so fluent with my poor school english ... – Kurt Oct 9 '12 at 17:52

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