I do a lot of editing.
I sincerely seek the balance between being respectful to the post and its poster, and making the post readable and understandable. It sometimes takes a lot of time, if I doubt, I lookup information on the subject to exclude misinterpretation.
From the people who review my review I excpect that they at least READ the edit. That is why this makes me furious:
I ran into this post on bad blocks. Two of the most experienced people had been looking into it, asking for the output of
dmesg | tail. The OP returned it in a comment, mentioning he did not know how to put it into his question in an appropriate format. I did it for him.
The edit was rejected by two out of three:
This edit is incorrect or an attempt to reply to or comment on the existing post
Excuse me? Did you even look at the post?
It was not the first time this week that a perfectly decent edit was (nearly) rejected. Last time because of the same reason, while I literally did not add or remove any of the post's meaning.
As mentioned, I do my edits seriously and with a conscience. If I make a mistake, I am on the edge or an edit is too minor, perfect! I would agree. But if an edit is rejected because of bad reading by reviewers; please don't waste my time with superficial reviews.