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I really appreciate your concern here moe. If you have the reputation, the only thing you can do is to edit the question back and remove the tag. I wish there's a way to see who approved the edits and who hasn't BEFORE you make your decision. I can't say I'm 100% sure I haven't approved these kinds of edits in the past, but thanks for bringing it to our ...


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I too really appreciate the question and suggestions by @Moe and @Mike. I have reviewed more than 300 edits till now, I always reject those edits which are just not required or does not make post more effective. When I am confused whether to approve or not, I always choose Skip option. I believe having score more than 2000 is a kind of responsibility. You ...


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I agree with Mike on the following, as it seems like the only action we currently are able to do: the only thing you can do is to edit the question back and remove the tag Recently I've done some edits on questions, some of them obviously necessary, some for clarification and some which might have done a significant change on the body text although ...


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In my book, no matter how big or small, if someone is attempting to help curate content and make it more readable for everyone who visits the site, I am going to reward their effort. I might not be as stringent as some of the other mods.


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I see every edit as a stand-alone event. As such I try to see if there is an actual improvement to the post from the edit. This means that in some cases I accept edits as the one above (because it in that case makes the post more fluid or easy to grasp) and in other cases I reject the edit (because it does not contribute anything to the post).


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Who can suggest an edit? Registered users without the edit privilege (2000 rep) can suggest edits to any post or tag wiki. Registered users who have the edit privilege but are not trusted users (between 2000 and 20000 rep) can suggest edits to tag wikis. Anonymous users can suggest edits to any post more than 10 minutes old. These edits ...


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I can see that you have three suggested (and accepted) tag wiki excerpt edits made, but no tag wikis. Does your score still say 0? Probably it's because the excerpt isn't counted. If I look at this tag, the excerpt is filled out, but the tag wiki isn't.


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In the specific case, linking to here is exceptionally bad. One is what Robert address, you have no idea where here is. It should always be the title of the article, or something even more descriptive. I know you can hover the here link and see where it leads, but I’m not sure every other user does. There is a longer explanation on UX.SE why this is the case:...


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