I just proposed an edit to this answer at When to pronounce ‹s› as /z/ in the middle of words? My edit basically fixed some formatting, and added additional tendencies and example words.
My proposed edit was rejected for the reason:
This edit was intended to address the author of the post and makes no sense as an edit. It should have been written as a comment or an answer.
The answer contains the following sentence:
I hope others can help edit this list if they think of exceptions.
I think the reviewers may not have noticed this; if they did, I wonder why my edits were rejected. Leaving them as a comment is an inferior option as comments are less visible, and that is not what comments are for anyway. The edited post was not a question, so I obviously can't post an answer to it. I could post a new answer of my own, but I don't see the point. (I guess there is a difference between "exceptions" and "other rules," but it seems minor to me.)