Two questions about a strange experience reviewing a pending wiki edit. This proposed edit came up in the edit review queue: superuser.com/review/suggested-edits/468242. 1) On the edit, itself: [backup-strategies] is a deprecated tag that has been synonomized with [backup]. The edit attempts to redefine the tag, which I assume should not be done. Is that correct?
2) I tried to reject the edit and a rad warning popped up that "You must have edit rights to reject a pending edit", and it wouldn't proceed. Is the system having a hiccup?
Hello moderators. I am curious as to whether I should flag this answer as VLQ, seeing as it was posted after the good ones and doesn't say anything new. NAA doesn't seem right, since it kinda-sorta tries. What should I do? superuser.com/a/971015/380318
@BenN Don't flag for VLQ unless it makes no sense whatsoever. If it does duplicate an existing answer (and after some time longer than a few minutes) a custom flag is more helpful if you're unsure if it's NaA, with a reason why