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If a bad edit is made to a question (for instance revision 2 on this question) what are the accepted guidelines? I left a comment on the question, @'ing the user but, I don't think they will receive a notification as they have not commented them self, correct?

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For the record, such thing should be marked with <pre> and </pre> tags, not code block. (It still preserves formatting, just without syntax highlight) – Shadow Wizard Jan 16 '13 at 14:11
    
You can directly link to revisions by the way, like here. – Alenanno Feb 2 '13 at 16:03
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The comment is sufficient, editors get notified of @comments.

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we also can add one more option to the user's logo: for example email. by clicking that option, we can send notification to him or her

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This seems excessive. Also, not everyone has an email account listed. – Shog9 Jan 18 '13 at 3:27

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