While reviewing suggested edits, I come across bad posts(really bad posts that are worth deletion, like the dependency issue posts) that undergo desperate, sure-to-fail attempts of improvement by users.
The edits are fine, fine in sense that they cannot be rejected for default reasons, like too minor, vandalism, radical change etc. But the posts themselves are not worth editing(not by others at least, the OP may always edit to make it more substantial)
currently, whenever I come across such edits, I skip them because I am not sure what I am expected to do. So what should I do with such edits?
EDIT: Got one example. Look at this https://askubuntu.com/review/suggested-edits/285481.
The question is about Ubuntu 9.10, which can be closed as EOL, but the editor rather chose to edit it rather than flaging.