My edits need approval. Some are rejected :( or some are rejected by someone but finally accepted.
While "too minor" is easy to understand (but can be argued in some cases like incorrect code), I think case below is difficult:
This edit changes too much in the original post; the original meaning or intent of the post would be lost.
Here is one edit that finally went through but one reviewer rejected it: https://askubuntu.com/review/suggested-edits/230107
My point in editing that question: I confess I guessed what OP meant and reworded accordingly. If one only looks by "extent" it would appear too much of editing but how can reviewer argue that "the original meaning or intent of the post would be lost"?
Is the criteria for rejection based on amount of "editing" rather than the actual result? So if an edit has a lot of rearrangement it should be rejected? Even though it may express things better?
In this exact case, how is the meaning or intent lost?