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Case Correction when editing questions

The Stack Exchange system is built around peer editing. Everyone is encouraged to correct mistakes when they see them. If they have the editing privilege, they should use it to correct what's wrong. ...
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Approve edits to old questions where the edit only incorporates comments?

Quote from edit questions and answers: When should I edit posts? Any time you feel you can make the post better, and are inclined to do so. Editing is encouraged! Some common reasons to edit are: ......
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Tagging of closed questions

I think editing the tags of a closed question can make sense in various cases, for example: We want to get rid of a tag that is (now) only used on closed questions. Remove it, otherwise this tag will ...
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Withdraw suggested edit

There is a similar question on the main meta site: Undo edit suggestion. The answer is that, no, you cannnot retract a suggested edit. It appears that you will have to wait for the expected ...
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Tag wiki privilege

Yes it is. The privilege you mention is the privilege of reviewing tag wiki edits proposed by others. These proposals appear in the Suggested Edits review queue alongside suggested edits of posts. ...
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Dealing with obvious tags

(I’m assuming here that we need all these tags, which I’m not so sure about yet.) I think such "attribute tags" (does this name work?) should only be added for attributes that are not common for the ...
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Dealing with obvious tags

Despite being obvious, these edits could still be useful for people who use tags to: Narrow down their search results, Get an idea of what the question is about without reading the body, or Generate ...
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Tagging of closed questions

A good question I'm also thinking about from time to time: though "closed", those questions stay and are often kept as references – especially with "duplicates", which serve as pointers to the "...
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Can we have a way of awarding points for a good/great edit

I do agree with you I think users should be able to award points to edits that are above and beyond other edits that are just grammar, spelling, and/or formatting improvements. I believe having a ...
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Where did the question edits go?

Your edit suggestion was rejected: https://softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/24393 (You can find these under: Activity: all actions: suggestions)
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Tagging of closed questions

Expanding a bit on Izzy's answer. Closed questions are of several types: Questions closed as duplicates: These questions remain as a reference and serve as an additional link to direct search results ...
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