So I'm going through the edit motions, and am presented by this one. It wrecks the code spacing. It's a bogus edit.
Since it's not quite bad enough to be vandalism, I spend the time writing an explanation in the custom field. By the time I hit 'reject' the approval bots have waved it through.
Since some of us actually might care about the correctness of edits, should I be forced to correct this bogus approval by going back and editing the post back to the original spacing?
This is not the first time I've been rebuffed when rejecting a pretty bad edit. Surely this process needs to be 'flaggable' so we can identify those abusing or misusing their edit approval powers? The 'test' edits are too easy to spot and don't seem to a sufficient deterrent to number bumpers (people who do edits purely to bump numbers and earn badges).