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A few hours ago, someone with reputation < 2000 edited an answer of mine. I don't object to the changes he made, but I thought that the privilege of editing questions and answers kicks in at 2000 rep. How did this happen?

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All users can now suggest edits. Those with under 2k rep go into an approval queue, and 2k rep users can approve those edits. – Adam Davis Feb 8 '11 at 0:31
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Please see the blog post Suggested Edits and Edit Review.

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Thanks. That clears things up nicely. – Ted Hopp Feb 8 '11 at 0:37

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