10 replaced http://stackoverflow.com/ with https://stackoverflow.com/
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  • If that edit was approved, no warning is given - the default message is shown.
  • If that edit was rejected, the following message is appended to the default:

    Attention! Your last edit was rejected. While reasonable edits may be rejected for many reasons outside of your control, you should review the reasons given for rejecting it before continuing.

  • If that edit was approved, no warning is given - the default message is shown.
  • If that edit was rejected, the following message is appended to the default:

    Attention! Your last edit was rejected. While reasonable edits may be rejected for many reasons outside of your control, you should review the reasons given for rejecting it before continuing.

9 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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...Which links to /users/current?tab=activity&sort=suggestions. We're not currently indicating whether these have been approved or rejected on that page. UPDATE (December 10, 2014): We now show suggested edit outcomes on that page (pending, approved, or rejected)We now show suggested edit outcomes on that page (pending, approved, or rejected).

I like this idea, but I also agree with Jeff's concernsJeff's concerns that this is the wrong way to be using notifications. In particular, if we're notifying you of stuff that doesn't encourage you and that you can't do anything about, it's unlikely to have a positive effect.

UPDATE (December 10, 2014): We now show suggested edit outcomes in the activity list.We now show suggested edit outcomes in the activity list. Original text follows:

...Which links to /users/current?tab=activity&sort=suggestions. We're not currently indicating whether these have been approved or rejected on that page. UPDATE (December 10, 2014): We now show suggested edit outcomes on that page (pending, approved, or rejected).

I like this idea, but I also agree with Jeff's concerns that this is the wrong way to be using notifications. In particular, if we're notifying you of stuff that doesn't encourage you and that you can't do anything about, it's unlikely to have a positive effect.

UPDATE (December 10, 2014): We now show suggested edit outcomes in the activity list. Original text follows:

...Which links to /users/current?tab=activity&sort=suggestions. We're not currently indicating whether these have been approved or rejected on that page. UPDATE (December 10, 2014): We now show suggested edit outcomes on that page (pending, approved, or rejected).

I like this idea, but I also agree with Jeff's concerns that this is the wrong way to be using notifications. In particular, if we're notifying you of stuff that doesn't encourage you and that you can't do anything about, it's unlikely to have a positive effect.

UPDATE (December 10, 2014): We now show suggested edit outcomes in the activity list. Original text follows:

8 replaced http://meta.stackoverflow.com/ with https://meta.stackoverflow.com/
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...then the system will calculate the following value, considering all edits suggested and reviewed in the past week except for those rejected by CommunityCommunity: Rejected - Approved/3

...then the system will calculate the following value, considering all edits suggested and reviewed in the past week except for those rejected by Community: Rejected - Approved/3

...then the system will calculate the following value, considering all edits suggested and reviewed in the past week except for those rejected by Community: Rejected - Approved/3

7 Suggested edit outcomes are now shown in the activity list
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6 added 1328 characters in body
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5 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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4 better make this explicit, since there's a reasonable chance half of us have forgotten why it was implemented
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3 quote background and tooltip for screen shots
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2 Flesh this out a bit
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    Bounty Ended with 100 reputation awarded by Manishearth
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