- An asker posts a question.
- A low rep user notices some improvements to the questions code, and edits them into the question.
- The edit gets accepted in the review queues.
- Another user notices the site policy invalidation and rolls back the edit.
All seems to be well, as the post has been edited to not go against should you edit someone else's code in a question?
However, this means that three, plus, users will continue to violate site policy. This is bad, as review queues are there to educate users on what is and is not allowed behaviour. And so allowing this to continue teaches new users they can do things they shouldn't.
How can we inform all users involved in incorrect reviews what correct site policy is?