Simple question: can anybody help me understand what moved a reviewer to reject with this review comment:
This edit was intended to address the author of the post and makes no sense as an edit. It should have been written as a comment or an answer.
Below screenshot captures the edit for which this review comment was written.
Reason for asking: it seemed like a mistake to me, but I might be misunderstanding. I do value quality content so I would like to understand why one would reject this edit. I do not understand the feedback given.
EDIT: I sometimes hear that big edits should be separate answers, even though the core of the answer did not change (such as in this case). This feels like pollution and the original answer poster misses the rep. At the same time we see answers that became 'community content' after many edits and changes by many users, often containing high quality content. For me it seems that any edit that improves on content is a good thing. So why such reject? What are the guidelines?