Hey folks and thanks for allowing me to contribute occasionally to this community!
I have noticed recently that WPSE seems much pickier on accepting "edit" suggestions than other SE communities, and I wanted to be sure I understood the guidelines (and if/why they differ here).
This edit does not make the post even a little bit easier to read, easier to find, more accurate or more accessible. Changes are either completely superfluous or actively harm readability.
Because moderators can apparently bypass the "two users to approve edits" guideline, and because @fuxia is so active here, it means that the majority of editing decisions are hers alone; this approach does not seem to be very welcoming to users who are willing to donate their time to help improve this community (the concept of collaboration disappears).
According to a 2012 thread, I seem to be following @fuxia's stated guidelines (I think?). That thread explicitly welcomes suggestions, esp. to grammar, esp. from native English speakers.
However, within that thread @fuxia also links to a (not very popular) answer on META frowning on minor edits -- but the most popular answer in that thread states that minor edits should always be accepted, as long as they improve the question, etc.
So, what is going on here? Does WPSE follow it's own unique rules? Nearly all my edits are accepted by other SE communities, while nearly all are rejected by WPSE. Cheers!