I absolutely support this. If a user makes a few edits and a good chunk of them get rolled back, they should be notified why so they don’t continue filling the queues with bad edits.
A quote from you:
My response would be: does it really make sense to follow every post you edit?
No, it does not. I much prefer the idea of getting an update like with ...
I'll summarize the answers the question received in the comments: 1) close voters are already pinged 2) the current function of this is by design, so why change it?
Close voters are already "pinged", often by means of revenge voting. – rene Jan 4 at 7:50
If the closevoters are going to say what they see the problem as, they'll already do so. ...
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Besides the good reasons mentioned in the other answers, I would support this as useful in getting notified in potential "edit wars" with the OP.
Unless I am looking back frequently at a post I edited (e.g. corrected tagging), I cannot know, if my edits were rolled back (unjustified) by the OP or other users.
At least, if I notice such situation ...
The moderator or gold badge holder who closed or reopened the question, provided they were the only one to do so.
I just scienced it here, and I didn't get a ping from a comment posted by my sockpuppet.
There is a "Follow" button below each post. It's different from bookmarking, and it will allow you to get notifications in the top-right corner of your page when you're logged in, when people write comments on the post.
Based on our current roadmap, this isn't work that we will take on, as it doesn't coincide with functional areas that we plan to improve in the near future. We recognize that there's community support for this, but unfortunately, we can't prioritize it at this time.