Currently, the "Suggested Edits" audits only are edits that should be rejected a vandalism. Why aren't there any that edit code, but are valid edits?
Look at Suggested Edit #1978835. If the reviewer were to look at the edit comment, it would be apparent that the edit was valid. As such, I accepted the edit, but it was subsequently rejected (very quickly) by three other people.
Being a valid edit, I copied the markdown for the edit and pasted it over the question's contents. However, this raised some questions about rejecting edits.
- Should this edit have been rejected?
- What should we do if a valid edit is rejected?
- Can we have some valid edits used as audits?