I've started reviewing edits on Stack Overflow and have seen that there are several suggestions which I reject which eventually get approved anyway. I was thinking for instance about this suggestion
To me, this edit doesn't improve the readability of the question and still doesn't fix all (minor) issues, for instance capitalizing "I". But I do realize that my opinion of a "correct" edit might differ from others - since it's been approved - so I ask:
What is the proper protocol for handling this?
- Should I revert it if I feel that it was an incorrect approval?
- Should I comment to the approvers and ask why they approved it?
- Should I flag for moderator attention?
- Should I try to edit it further to my liking?
- other suggestion..
This is however dependent on that my assumption is correct that it was an incorrect suggestion!
Is this a properly edited question?