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- How do suggested edits work? 1 answer
If reviewers make a decision to accept/reject a suggested edit, does the original poster have a way to overturn their decision?
I've made a few edits that were rejected by reviewers. I thought they were improvements to the site that would help others in the future, but it seems they did not fit within SO policy.
It is my impression that the OP is in the best position to decide whether or not an edit is an improvement because rather than being responsible for impartially interpreting a policy, they need only to decide whether the change improves their question or answer.
So, I would like to know if the OP is notified of edits and given an opportunity to accept or reject them, should they have an interest in doing so.