So I come to see my answer was edited in the way it absolutely changed original meaning. There were three reviews of that edit with two accepted and one rejected it. So the edit now accepted. But it is wrong.



You should have the option to rollback any edits done to your posts in the revision history (the link you've included above). In your case, just click on the "rollback" label on version 2.

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  • Thanks, patrix. This was helpful. Is there any way I can mention those members who accepted edit to the post to make them aware they did that without complience to the rules we all accepted?
    – iskra
    Aug 26 '14 at 11:54
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    @iskra I've pinged people in chat before if they've repeatedly approved blatant vandalism or radical edits, but from what I've seen of the two reviewers who approved, they are generally good at declining bad suggested edits and one review could simply have been a miss-click/tap. Calling out users for a single review might not be ideal, but FWIW if I reject a particularly bad edit I sometimes check if it got approved so I can rollback/query. AD doesn't really have a problem with robo-reviewers and there's no review audits
    – grg Mod
    Aug 26 '14 at 16:15
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    The robo-approved edit is the only one that stands out IMO. The human-approved ones seem fine.
    – Ian C. Mod
    Aug 26 '14 at 16:37
  • @GeorgeGarside I am not calling them names just want to get their attention. Same way I would like anybody try to get my attention if they see I did something wrong or questionable.
    – iskra
    Aug 27 '14 at 8:28
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    @iskra If you want to discuss the issue directly with the people involved, you can ping them in chat. Personally I would recommend against doing that though.
    – nohillside Mod
    Aug 27 '14 at 8:46

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