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Please explain the rejected outcome for this suggested edit

The edit suggestion obviously improved the post and should have been approved. I approved it and made some further changes. I also edited the answer slightly. My take: it is always worthwhile to ...
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Should 'he' to 'they' edits be accepted?

As a general answer, I would personally accept it if I'm reviewing and it's just a one-off. But if I see several of the edits by the same user, I would reject them with a custom message with something ...
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Does this edit fail to improve the post?

I think these additions are commentary on the question, and should be kept in the answer (Dan has already mentioned this apparent mistake in his answer) or in comments. People often do correct the ...
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Can the audit system not use fake edits?

This is by design. Audits are not to make sure you know how to fix a post. They are there to deter "robo-reviewers" who click approve without bothering to check posts to hunt for badges. ...
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Can the audit system not use fake edits?

Dan's answer is correct. Don't waste review time, but still find the lowest hanging fruit. Which is important to do. People reviewing solely to juice their numbers really spoil a crowd-sourced system. ...
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Can the audit system not use fake edits?

This isn't specific to Ask Ubuntu, but Stack Exchange. I have no problem with these types of audits. Remember that the purpose of an audit is to prevent people from blindly completing reviews without ...
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