In the moderator tools, I see a rash of pending edits from users that simply edit the original poster's code to be correct, rather than answering the question. This ranges from a direct edit of a few broken lines of code, to typing an entire answer at the end of the original question.
I just obtained 10k today, so I don't know if this has been going on for awhile, but from what I have seen today, it seems like a common issue.
Does this warrant some instructional verbiage being added to the edit page? If so, can that be added?
In the mean time, I have been rejecting these kinds of edits. Is there any way to leave a note to the person who suggested the edit, explaining what the problem was?
Edit: It seems at least one other person has noticed this phenomenon: Pending approvals: allow for adding reasons to rejections