When I review suggested changes, the revision quite often would benefit from a slight alteration (typo in the altered text, for example, or inappropriate use of backticks). If I go and fix that with the Improve option, then I get the credit for all the changes. Is that fair to the person making the original improvement? Do they get any credit for the original changes? Since the Improve option is present, we must be intended to use it, but I sometimes wonder whether it is a good idea? (I don't want/need the credit for the change; I just want the best appearance for the question/answer.)
Would it be possible for the 'edit summary' to automatically include the name of the user who made the original change. For example, it might be pre-loaded with:
original comment by suggested editor (@Suggested.Editor)
leaving me to add comments about what I changed. The unparenthesized part of that is already provided; the gimmick would be adding the credit for the person who made the original change.