I have a quick question as to how the timing works in the new edit suggestion feature.
If a user suggests an edit, which I then improve on, then both edits go in to the edit history; as far as I can tell then doing an improvement is functionally the same as doing "approve" followed by doing my own edit. My question is: what is the time stamp on the first edit: is it the time of the suggestion or the time of the improvement? My reason for asking is to do with what counts towards making a question CW.
In short: if I'm worried about questions prematurely becoming CW, I would think that my best strategy would be to reject the edit and then edit it myself. Now, this isn't so nice to the person who originally suggested the edit since they don't get their 2 reputation points and they don't get their name in the edit history, so I would like to be told that as far as making a post CW is concerned then "edit - improve" and "edit - accept - re-edit (quickly)" and "edit - reject - edit" have the same effect so that I don't have to balance being nice to the editor with being nice to the original poster.
So, what is the current situation with regards to this?