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Can the OP see my edit that needs peer review?

Yep, OPs can always see and approve/reject edits made on their posts, even if they have one rep. They even get notifications that edits were suggested on their post. Furthermore, their decision on ...
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Why can't I edit this question?

There's nothing wrong. There was already a pending edit, and you couldn't suggest any other edits until that edit suggestion's fate was decided. You could hover over the grayed out 'edit' button to ...
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Let's not dissuade users from adding valuable content to posts

So here is what I think we should take away from this: Authors are attached to what they write. Whether it is a suggested edit, a question, or an answer, if the author has put some effort into their ...
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Rejecting edits that do not improve question. A question of degree

I tend to approve edits that do any of these, even though they may seem minor. I haven't seen the edit queue get unmanageable on this site; currently we have 4 pending edits so there's no real ...
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Should questions be edited out of answers?

I do think moderator intervention is the easiest way out of this. I've approved the edit (♦ moderators can do this for a while now) and left a comment. The author responded with a plausible reason for ...
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Why was this edit suggestion rejected?

We've discussed what to do about removing "Thanks" and similar signatures, and the conclusion the community came to was that we would remove it if we were doing a substantial edit, but we weren't ...
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Should I accept removing thanks edit?

Here is some guidance from Meta Stack Exchange (posted mainly with Stack Overflow in mind, but relevant here as well): All you did was remove thanks from posts, leaving other problems in place. Such ...
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Extra Moderation

Concerning your edit: EDITED: Ey, I've just remembered why I linked these two subjects. I wrote a comment addressing the editor because she has left some blank spaces that I suggested to remove. ...
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Why was my edit rejected, although I consider it substantial?

It was difficult to see that you kept the link to the article, especially in the "rendered output" view in the suggested edit queue. I went ahead and approved the edit, because it is helpful to ...
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Appeal of Edit Rejection?

When there is an issue like this, the correct thing to do is exactly what you've done - bring the issue up on Meta where the community can discuss it and figure out the best path forward. I hope ...
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Why does the wrong grammatical term have to be preserved?

Ultimately, the suggested edit was more confusing than helpful because it suggested that the OP wanted to know whether a passive or active voice was required. We have known to each other for many ...
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Does a rejected suggested edit affect the reputation of the reviewer?

The system does not distinguish suggested edits* made on the Q&A pages from those made within the First Posts / Late Answers review queues. In both cases, an approved edit gives you +2 reputation ...
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What is to be done when some user suggests edits that are necessary but isn't what OP provided info for?

Actually, the user who suggested the edit incorporated his own comments posted on the answer into the question. Initially, I thought the words cinema and theatre had same meanings but I looked up ...
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What is to be done when some user suggests edits that are necessary but isn't what OP provided info for?

It seems to me going through the edit history that the edit was adding material which had not been in the OP's original question and which may or may not have conformed with what they intended. On ...
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How many edits is "too many pending edits"?

Things like that are covered in The Complete Rate-Limiting Guide. It says you can have at most 5 pending suggested edits here, as mentioned here (that Q&A also explains why there is a limit). You ...
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My Suggested Edits intend to improve accuracy was considered as "does not make the post even a little bit easier to read"

I have noticed you have been suggesting edits on a lot of old posts. I have rejected almost all of them. The posts were fine as they were, and also inactive. Had I approved the edits, the posts would ...
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We need to be more careful with suggested edits from low-rep users

TL;DR: An edit should only contain improvements. As the other reviewer who rejected the edit it was my view that changing "What is the difference between X and Y" to "X vs. Y" was ...
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We need to be more careful with suggested edits from low-rep users

Suggested edits have a required number of characters that must be changed before they can be submitted. Rewording the title so that someone can make a suggested edit to correct one character was ...
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Tag wiki drafting zone

"Labile verb" (labile-verbs) usage draft Labile verbs are transitive when the verb describes a change to the object ("I broke the window.") Labile verbs are intransitive when the verb describes the ...
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Tag wiki drafting zone

Because there were no strong feelings, I went ahead and added it We need some usage guidance for possessives; it is the first of our tags sorted by popularity that has no description. Here is a ...
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Tag wiki drafting zone

Redundancy usage guidance draft (Submitted 3/23/2016) I've decided that because there are only 25 questions with redundancy, and some of them are about duplicating words and at least one is about ...

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