Your edit is completely superfluous.
The extra info is not "extra" or optional as it gives advice to a good practice.
Putting P.S doesn't make the post even a little bit easier to read either (=no improvement).
Go to all actions on the activity tab of your profile. Then, click suggestions in the second tab of your profile. The URL is:
I just had a suggested edit on a post that was deleted before that edit could be approved or rejected. What happens to a suggested edit in that case?
It sits in the queue for the next reviewer, and I approved it.
Where do suggested edits go?
"Suggested edits are held in a peer review queue of a fixed size. If the queue fills up, no more edit ...
The two reviewers have approved a number of edits in the past. That means, they have pressed the approved button in the past.
The user who has suggested the edit has had some of their reviews approved by other reviewers.
So the difference is that the stats on the reviewers refer to actions they took themselves whereas the stats on the editor refer to ...
It isn't incorrect.
"Has" is a third-person singular and a present perfect tense, it refers to an action that began at some time in the past and is still in progress. The reviewers may or may not continue reviewing, the number could remain the same of increment.
"Had" is a past perfect tense and is used in all cases, singular and plural. The past perfect ...
I disagree with this. Someone tying up edits to a post would cause more problems that it would solve.
A 10-minute lock is incredibly long given how quickly posts attract attention. We want posts cleaned up quick so they can be made useful to make use of the wave of answerers that view it after posting. Having an edit stuck in limbo because someone's taking ...
That's not OK from the perspective that a user is spending time to reformat source code, improve readability but can't get it saved.
My Proposal would be:
If a user enters the edit mode, the question is locked for another user to edit.
The lock should be limited in time (e.g. 10 minutes) and the automatically released (maybe with an ...