Subsequent edits suggested either
- within their own grace period or
- within the grace period of the post
but after the initial edit was reviewed by a human, will appear to be a part of the original suggested edit, even if said review occurred prior to the subsequent additions to the suggestion.
Here's an example: I suggested an edit on Code Review, to change the post's title from
My Code is written in the Editor Processing and it codes a Pong - Game! Would be glad if someone could rate my Code! TY
Pong in Processing. @SirPython reviewed it, approving the edit.
I noticed that even though this edit occurred after SirPython's review, because it's in the grace period, it looks as if they'd reviewed it when it had not yet happened.
Steps to reproduce what I'm talking about
Suggest an edit to a post (preferably a question) on a site where you don't have edit privileges, that
gets reviewed within a grace period, then
within said grace period, append to the same edit, and
observe that the original review now contains all the subsequent suggestions in question, even though some of them had not yet happened at time of review
Why am I posting this?
I think this could be abused by suggesters and reviewers alike to allow harmful material to sneak through review, or to get reviewers in trouble by suggesting harmful content that shouldn't pass review, but will seem to have.
Moreover, there's no way for anyone to see the exact timeline of events inside the grace period, which exacerbates the issue.
What's the "request" here?
Change the behaviour of reviews of suggested edits within a grace period such that reviews only contain what the reviewer actually reviewed. muru's answer is pretty much this.