I don't know if other people have noticed, but I've seen quite a rise in the number of silly edits that don't really "fix" anything in the questions, especially from newer users under 200 reputation. Maybe we should change the edit approval system so only users between, say, 250 and 2,000 reputation can suggest edits to posts, or maybe there needs to be more documentation on what a valid edit is and what kinds of edits should be made, especially for these newer users who don't have as much experience on the network. Do users get notified via a banner or anything when their suggestions are rejected, so that they can review their suggestion and the reason(s) it got rejected to further improve their editing skills?
Some of the main things I'm noticing that don't make much sense:
Putting class names and functions into inline code blocks. They really don't need to be inside code blocks. The text is perfectly readable without this change and I don't feel a suggestion which only contains these types of edits is worthy of an approval. Example suggestion, which I rejected for being too minor, but was approved by two others.
Updating the answer with further information, additional examples (I had an example I rejected for this but it doesn't want to appear in my recent history), or different code. That last one, honestly. Why are anonymous users being allowed to suggest edits? Is there some sort of limitation to that? Because to me, that just has edit spamming written all over it.
Very minor fixes to grammar.
Are these things really worthy of an edit or am I just being too strict (as I am known to be)?