I recently submitted this edit suggestion. It makes some small but obvious improvements to the question:
- The title "SQL Server Service Broker" is not a question and gives no clue as to what you're asking about Service Broker. I edited the title to basically repeat the question in the body.
- The question is not about SQL (no code, queries, etc.) so I removed that tag. The question is specific to SQL Server 2008 so I added that tag.
I guess these simple improvements were not as obvious as I thought they were because they were summarily rejected by two reviewers who gave the following reasons:
eykanal said: This edit is incorrect or an attempt to reply to or comment on the existing post.
Andrew said: This edit plagiarizes content from an external source without proper attribution.
- How do I talk to these reviewers to understand their reasoning? Should I even bother?
- What controls the quality of a reviewer's decisions?
- How do I resubmit my edit without triggering a little edit fight? (Or is my edit really that bad?)