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It has been determined that greetings; smiley and salutations should be removed from posts. However for a lot of users who are aware of this topic and have > 2k reputation on Stack Overflow, such edits should always be rejected because they are too minor, letting things like "please help me!" remain inside posts.
In the same time, it is rare that my suggestions which only consist of removing "thank you" are rejected.
I know this may look as duplicate of this, which confirmed such things should be removed from posts. But many peoples on meta who saw it still consider it only cover edits of users who have the edit privilege, and not suggested ones.
Should such edits should be approved or rejected?