I keep running into this really humorous situation where about 25% of edit reviewers will try to reject an edit like the following as too small or inconsequential of an edit:
Original post title : jQuary Mobile disables the jQuary menu
My edited title: jQuery Mobile disables the jQuery menu
Granted, that edit is really, really small. But it's also important. If rejected, the user's question will be left in bad shape. It's not good for anybody to have fundamental keywords in a question title misspelled.
The good thing is that sense usually prevails. Only about 25% of reviewers reject this kind of small but (IMO) necessary correction.
But I keep wondering: is there something about the edit review UI that is guiding reviewers into mistakenly thinking that all very small edits are too small? I can't see what the interface looks like. What kinds of choices are users being presented with?
It's just hard to believe that so many people would reject a necessary fix to a question title of their own accord--how could this many people really want the title to remain misspelled? So, what is causing this?