After reading a post on meta.so, I noticed the https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/suggested-edits/XXX page. I'm guessing that it's part of the so-called moderator tools a user receives as moderator or reaching 10k reputation.

It didn't take long to find the latest suggestion and reject it. Note: I didn't maliciously reject it - it was an irrelevant suggestion.

Since this web page is publicly accessible, can anyone reject/approve edits?

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Please see: How does peer review for edits work?

(voting includes rejecting as well as accepting)

There is some discussion underway about making that page a bit more visible...

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