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This edit suggestion was approved although it was rejected by a user, and no other votes were cast.

According to suggested edits FAQ:

Three accept or reject votes are required to approve/reject an edit.

So, what caused this edit to be approved?

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Bad question, even worse edit suggestion. – slugster Oct 22 '12 at 22:13
up vote 6 down vote accepted

This is fixed now. We recently introduced a bug in which if the question asker with <2k reputation approved a suggested edit, then the "approve" review wasn't correctly recorded.

In other words, if it weren't for this bug, this suggested edit would show

David Liu reviewed this [some time ago]: Approve

We'll try to get the bad data cleaned up.

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