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Specifically: https://askubuntu.com/posts/308263/revisions.

It looks like revision #3 (inadvertedly) reverted revision #2 - would that be a case for a rollback?

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Version 2 came through in review. The proposed revision was to remove the word export and add the word install. I didn't agree with removing export, so I hit Improve and only added install. So there was really only 1 revision.

  • understood, I overlooked the fact that you were aware of the suggested edit. Still my question remains - this was just a bad example. – guntbert Jun 14 '13 at 21:12
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    It felt awkward while I was doing it since it turned into my edit and I didn't see a way to explain to the proposed editor what I was doing. I just crossed 2k this past week and am new to the Suggested Edit queue, so if there is something else I should have done please just let me know. – chaskes Jun 14 '13 at 21:17
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    I am still learning myself - but if you think a suggestion is wrong you can either reject it or uncheck the "was helpful" box. In the latter case it is only your edit and the suggestor gets no rep from it. – guntbert Jun 14 '13 at 21:22
  • Thanks for the suggestions. :) – chaskes Jun 14 '13 at 21:32

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