This is the first time I'm actually "complaining" about something, but I fail to see some logic in the reasons pointed.
This is my suggested edit to a question. I've done some linking to sources (that appeared to me of be of some quality) and removed the ending salutations (which are not relevant for the question). What boggles me isn't the fact it was closed, rather it is the disjointed reasons why:
- This edit is too minor; suggested edits should be substantive improvements addressing multiple issues in the post.
- This edit changes too much in the original post; the original meaning or intent of the post would be lost.
I didn't change any meaning in the post, safe for removing the salutations, which aren't needed. It can be argued that my edit was minor, as all I did was adding some sources, but the help page encourages this kind of behavior. I've did some other similar editing around this site that was approved.
I've since then posted the general source as a comment. What I would want to know is if this edit was really small (as for this community) or if I just had some sort of bad luck.