Several hours ago I suggested eight edits to posts that I thought could use a little bit of improvement. A few hours later I came back to find that all eight of them had been rejected by the same user and for the same reason.
This edit is too minor; suggested edits should be substantive improvements addressing multiple issues in the post.
Now I've lost the ability to suggest edits on other people's posts. Here are the eight suggested edits.
- Why is Pi equal to 3.14159...?
- Of rationals converging to Pi
- Distribution of the digits of Pi
- Prove there are no hidden messages in Pi
- Euler's Approximation of pi
- Pi approximation
- Q: How do you calculate the decimal expansion of an irrational number?
- A: How do you calculate the decimal expansion of an irrational number?
I understand that these edits aren't absolutely essential to understanding the posts, but I do think each one is an improvement. I don't see any reason that all of them should have been rejected.
I also understand that "bumping" old posts is an issue on some smaller sites (as discussed on Approving Suggested Edits). With over 50,000 questions now, I don't think this should be a concern any longer for Math.SE. Regardless, I kept the number of edits low, and I suggested them on Sunday morning when traffic on all SE sites is low. Bumping a few posts at this time of the week really shouldn't be an issue.