During my review activity I found out that there are many questions/answers that really need some grammar fixes / code prettification or at least formatting improvement. I, as well as many others, do my best to improve the quality of content at Stack Overflow, but I noticed that many attempts at such improvements were rejected by suggested edits reviewers.
This is possibly caused by the wrong demarcation line of too minor cause, which is explained by
"this edit is too minor; suggested edits should be substantive improvements addressing multiple issues in the post"
Now, as I reached the necessary reputation for reviewing suggested edits I once again acknowledged that.
My idea is that the too minor description shouldn't contradict the necessity of accepting grammar/code fixes and such rejections should be discouraged. Though it's true that such edits are in fact minor, we substantially improve the quality of content. That's why I find such edits really useful.
What do you think on this issue?