Now that "Too Minor" is gone, what is the new workflow for suggested edits?
The original "Too Minor" reason suggested that, if you're going to make an edit, that you need to fix all of the things that are broken in the post, not just one.
Someone on Meta.SO pointed out that "Too Minor" is also used for rep-grabbers who want to add meaningless edits to a post that don't really add any value at all. The new workflow suggests "reject and improve," but there's really nothing to improve on, and some commenters there stated that they had no appetite for "reject and improve" when all they really want to do is summarily reject such edits.
What do we do about those? Use "invalid edit" or "vandalism?" Do we need a new rejection reason for content-free edits?