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I just reviewed a suggested edit on this question. It turns out that apart from myself another user seemed to have improved the post while marking the original suggestion as not helpful.

The revision history of said post now contains three revisions: The original (1), mine with the change to the title (2), and psubsee2003's with no content at all (3):

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(Note that revisions 2 and 3 are both being expanded)

Shouldn't one of the (seemingly identical edits) have "won" so that only one additional revision shows up in the revision history? Is that a or ?

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That's just wieird. It looks to be, as you say, a race that you "won" by 6 seconds. Psubsee would have made an identical edit to yourself. – ben is uǝq backwards Feb 15 '13 at 11:34

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