The edit did correct a spelling mistake in the title (as the edit comment suggested), but also removed the duplicate notification that was applied automatically when the question was closed. My reasoning was that there wasn't any significant improvement on the edit that made the question not a dupe, and even if there was, there's no reason to remove the notification until (and if) the question is reopened.
- Was rejecting the edit justified?
- What if there were far more significant edits?
- Are there any repercussions for the user who suggested the edit? I'm only asking because of the scary reject dialog.