Too minor edit reason can sometimes be a little contradictory
According to the FAQ on SO you should not use a signature or tag line ( http://stackoverflow.com/faq#signatures ) and that if you do put one it may be removed.
I came across a question with a signature on it so I put in a suggested edit to remove it however it was rejected : http://stackoverflow.com/suggested-edits/216580
This suggested edit was rejected as being too minor however other similar questions here on meta point to the fact that doing a suggested edit to remove a signature is acceptable ( To remove signature from someone's post, can we suggest an edit or do we have to raise a flag? )
I'd like to know if there was any other reason that the edit was rejected and if not why the users who rejected it are not in line with the FAQ on putting signatures in questions?
Just realized I said 'question' above but it was actually an answer that I edited. Here is the link to the full question Issue with partial refresh triggered twice
As you can see somebody with editing privilege has gone in and made the exact same edit that I had made. Because they have the privilege they don't need to have it approved but their edit was the same as mine but mine was rejected, shouldn't somebody go back in now and reject that edit?
No, I don't want to start another round of Edit Wars. I'm just looking for consistancy