This question is prompted by this suggested edit: https://stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/3213561
The original question title was:
cant catch access violtation
The suggestion was to change this to:
Can't catch access violation
I accepted the suggested edit, but the other three reviewers all decided to reject on the grounds that suggested edit was too minor.
I personally find this disappointing on multiple grounds:
- I think spelling and appearance matter. We surely want good questions on Stack Exchange and question titles with no regard for capitalization and basic spelling should not be welcome.
- The rejection of an edit like this will discourage the suggestor from making future edits. Which, in my opinion, will lead to the overall quality of the site's questions being poorer.
I think everyone can agree that the question would be improved by the suggested edit. Is there anything that can be done to make it more likely that such edits get accepted?