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I was trying to get some more information to complement an answer, and I found this odd link in my search, linking the suggested edit history of a question. Are those pages intended to be indexed by Google?

Below are two screenshots to show exactly what I mean.

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Clicking on that link leads to a page with the suggested edit history:

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Are suggested edit outcome pages permanent? Sometimes I leave a link to a rejected suggested edit in a comment if it provides potentially useful information, and I don't want it to rot. – Vi. Nov 30 '14 at 2:42
@Vi. They are preserved indefinitely -- or rather, the database information from which those pages are built is preserved. For example, the edit linked in the screenshot is here. (The URL changed with the introduction of other Review queues, but it redirects). – user259867 Nov 30 '14 at 3:12
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Good catch -- I will add

Disallow: /suggested-edits/
Disallow: /suggested-edits?

to our robots.txt

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