Today my suggested edit of the question User tabs and actions was rejected. The "reason" added to the rejection was like so (I added the 'bold' markup in it here ...): "This edit does not make the post even a little bit easier to read, easier to find, more accurate or more accessible. Changes are either completely superfluous or actively harm readability."
For those who are not authorised to SEE this now rejected suggestion, here are all the details about the actual edit I suggested:
- Original title = User tabs and actions
- Title edit I suggested = How to keep user tabs when clicking on an action?
It was reviewed by ONLY the original author of the question, and for some reason (which I don't understand yet), it got rejected status. So without at least a 2nd rejection from another reviewer.
'Something' seems wrong here ... no?
Please read the title of this question again. Feedback?
PS to the question author (and rejector): do not take it personal please, that is NOT why I asked "this" question ... Check with 'Free Radical' to understand what I mean ...
When I first asked this question, this is what I thought the correct answer would be:
I think this is NOT acceptable, in that case at least a 2nd rejection should change the suggested edit status to "rejected".
Taking into account the answers to it in the next 30 to 60 mins or so, I changed my mind and want to rephrase it to something like this:
OK, these are all great and valid reasons/arguments towards the opposite, I.e that it IS acceptable. But in that case http://meta.stackexchange.com/help/editing needs to somehow reflect this also. While waiting for that to be updated, this is asking for confused and frustrated newbees ...".
Note: There is no edit suggestion link on that page, otherwise I'd have tried to suggest an appropriate edit there ...