I understand the reason discussed in one of my other posts (My Suggested Edits intend to improve accuracy was considered as "does not make the post even a little bit easier to read"), that is
The answers all mention "gerund" and none mention "participle". A learner won't necessarily know the difference between a gerund and a present participle. Leaving the question as it is makes it easier to find for them.
I agree with that the consideration.
What about this one?
the edited post is about passive and active voice,
We have known to each other
We have been known to each other
However, the asker consider it as "Present perfect or present perfect continuous", so I submitted a edit to correct that and was rejected.
I am not asking a general question about the rules. I just want to know the detailed reason for this rejection.
Why does the reviewer think a wrong term is better for learners to find.