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Someone tried to make a helpful edit to one of my posts. (A community wiki post which specifically states "please add definitions as needed"). https://stackoverflow.com/suggested-edits/315740
I got a notification that a suggested edit was pending, but by the time I responded, it had been rejected with two incorrect reasons. (The edit neither "changed the meaning" nor was it incorrect.)
I know I can go ahead and edit the post to include the denied contribution, but is there a way to challenge the rejection? The original editor deserves credit for doing something useful,and the rejectors could use a mild scolding, for rejecting something they didn't understand.