I'm seeing a lot of 'http -> https' suggested edits show-up in the review queue to be reviewed and approved (example). Almost all of these are several years-old posts that don't have any other changes except for edits to a link.
I went thru 5 of these types of edits just this morning.
I understand the netword-wide move to https and I don't have any problem with that. I'm just wondering if it's a good use or our time to be reviewing/approving dozens of these types of edits each day? I know I could just hit Skip during the review but then I'm just pushing that decision to a different reviewer and that's not fair to them.
I read the meta post about the move to https as well as all, well...most, of the answers & comments there to try to find guidance on this topic. I believe things like this were to be handled on a site-by-site basis so I'm bringing it up here to ask for guidance.