There's no way to ask about this without calling out the person, so I'll get right to it: this guy has had a flurry of trivial code formatting edits over the past few days, in all cases I've seen so far without fixing anything else in the post, and many of his edits are getting approved (well, 19 out of 28 have been rejected, so good job reviewers).
In one scenario, a trivial edit was approved after the post had been deleted. I realize that the suggested edit was placed into the review queue before the answer was deleted, but it still ends up looking weird. For non-10k-ers:
My points of discussion:
Should a suggested edit to a deleted post remain in the queue after the post has been deleted (especially if deleted by the owner)? If the owner has deleted the post, surely there is no reason to carry forth any edits suggested by others. The delete may be permanent or the user may be totally revamping their answer, and by definition the editor can no longer see the post they just edited anyway.
Should the edited timestamp reflect the time the suggested edit was submitted, rather than when it was approved? That would prevent cases like this from "looking weird."
A 19/28 reject rate is good, but for these particular types of edits, not good enough IMHO. If he was correcting code, it'd be one thing, but he's just adding or removing white space. How are these other edits getting through? At what point does he get blocked from suggesting edits? Why hasn't this already happened?