Someone edited one of my answers (actually edited the same answer twice in 2 days), and BOTH edits were approved by other people (reviewers, I assume). The edits were BOTH very minor and only added 1 external link. That exact link was already mentioned TWICE in the QUESTION, so adding it to the answer is not only "minor", but it adds nothing of value.
In any case, the text and link that were added points to incomplete information that contains only partial information about "Command-line options", not what I would consider full "Documentation". I had the opportunity to add this information when I wrote the answer but I intentionally left it out because it is incomplete and was already included within the question.
Do I get a chance to "Reject" an edit to my Answer (if so, how)?, or do I just have to edit the answer a third time to remove (rollback) the other person's 2 edits?
Edit (danpritts)from the post - It's just stupid and adds nothing. I don't want to do it because then it'll look like I'm piggybacking on all the edits.