I've reviewed a number of suggested edits recently where the reason is "copy edited" and spelling or formatting changes have been made. These nearly always improve the original question in some (often minor) way, generally by fixing English usage.
Here is one example.
I rejected that suggested edit because:
- it doesn't make the question easier to understand, it just fixes typographic issues.
- it's a very old question which has no recent activity, so I assume (perhaps incorrectly) that it would bump up to the top.
My question is: should I be taking into account the age of the question when accepting or rejecting these edits?