Some reviewers of suggested edits appear way to restrictive when it comes to approving an edit.
See for example
- This suggested edit (Related meta post)
- And this one (Disclaimer, this one is mine)
The reviewer stats are also worrysome
- Scott has approved 2795 edit suggestions and rejected 1430 edit suggestions and improved 374 edit suggestions
- robinCTS has approved 27 edit suggestions and rejected 118 edit suggestions and improved 36 edit suggestions
- Run5k has approved 3215 edit suggestions and rejected 2579 edit suggestions and improved 301 edit suggestions
All three users rejected a large amount of edits, and only improved a small fraction.
A short sample of the reviews of those reviewers shows that many edits where rejected because they address not all issues of the post. It appears some reviewers try to educate the users to only perform complete substantial edits. Thing the reasoning behind that is flawed and actually harmful: Most editors are not able to spot all mistakes and flaws of a post. This restrictive approach will cause frustration and drive away potential contributors.
Has superuser a "Review suggested edits" rejection issue?
Flow had 12 edit suggestions approved, and 3 edit suggestions rejected. If that's the case, you feel that approving 80% of your proposed edits still qualifies as a Suggested Edits rejection issue, and you are unlikely to edit again as a result?