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- Do reviewers need more coffee? 2 answers
I edited the only answer to a question I asked, and the edit was rejected.
It seems like a very fair edit to me. The guy has the right answer in there, and should get credit for it, but to find the right answer, you have to dig to the bottom.
He also answers several questions I did not ask when I specifically stated in my question I did not ask. This leads to confusion for folks finding this question later.
I tried to clarify by moving the correct portion of his answer to the top and marking the rest as "Background Information". The diff tool makes it seem like a lot has changed, but it's mainly moving the answer to the top. I wonder if the rejection was from a quick glance instead of an actual read.
I want to accept his answer, but can't in its current form, as it muddies the waters around GPS to UTC leap seconds vs Unix epoch to GPS epoch.
Is there a rejection review process?