I am now invited to review proposed edits on this site, and would like some guidance from the Community.
This morning I was presented with an edit to this question. It consisted of adding a single sentence to the list of terms OP had offered:
"Furthermore, they all have a negative connotation, so you'd have to use them with caution, depending on what message you are trying to send."
I was thoroughly in sympathy with this warning; I thought it made the Answer a Better Answer. But there was no evidence whatever that it was part of the Answer which the Answerer intended.
I am very chary of introducing new substance into an answer. My own practice, in a situation like this, would be to append the new substance in a Comment and invite the Answerer to incorporate it. However, my experience is limited to ELU, where this attitude seems general; I can easily conceive that practice may be different on other sites.
I Skipped the review.
In the event, somebody else accepted the edit; and some time later the original Answerer modified the edit in the direction of tying it even more closely to the original question. So apparently All's Well.
But should I have Accepted the suggested edit, or Rejected it? And what should our policy be respecting edits of this sort?