I am wondering about the criteria for selecting or rejecting an edit. For example, with the following post:
One person voted to reject and one to accept, but overall the edit was rejected. My feeling from my postings on Stack Exchange in general and particularly Stack Overflow (where I have most edits) was usually it took some sort of consensus to accept or reject an edit, and that when this was not the case the edit was marked as 'disputed'. Is that not the case here? Or is my perception of the Stack Exchange/Politics SE algorithms overly simplistic in this case perhaps?
What are the criteria by which an edit is accepted or rejected on Politics SE (and is this perhaps different for different types of edit)?