I found myself again in the situation that led up to this question on this meta site asking why a suggested edit was rejected.
Several edits by the same person, some too minor, some bordering on the minor and others just half hearted: a few words changed to the correct way of writing (e.g. wifi -> Wi-Fi), but
- done inconsistently by not changing all occurrences
- not changing ungrammatical sentences missing words
Currently there seems to be little beyond rejecting or improving and unchecking that the edit was helpful to leave feedback. And I am not even sure if there is any feedback of that to the "suggested editors". Is there something I can do to let those editors know what they need to improve on the edits (beyond hoping that they look at what I did if I improve and uncheck), to make their edits acceptable for my standards?
The suggested edit that finally triggered this particular question: https://unix.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/39381, but there were a few in a row that where IMHO not so good.
And one of these minor edits that I improved was on a closed Q, thereby triggering it, unnecessarily in the reopen review process (I just noticed that).
If the person in question would be active on chat, I would leave a message there, but the low rep users involved most often are not.