Today the following item was in the Close Votes Review Queue:
Its bothering me On iftop i can see ip-172---2.ec2.internal Connected to my ubuntu ec2 server for long long time ?? This address doesn't even resolves as its a ec2 internal ip address.. How can block it ?
There are multiple reasons for me to immediately edit this question:
- Three more people need to make sense of this before they can meaningfully vote on it. (Unless a mod comes barging in).
- as the questions needs extension, with answers to questions in the comment, a cleaner and more exemplary basis for the OP to do that on, is going to increase the value of the Q
- If it gets closed unedited, and stays unimproved (content wise) someone might edit its grammar and spelling and it ends up in the reopen queue and maybe in the suggested edit queue as well.
I also want to vote to close this Q, because there is an open questions in comments, that needs to be answered (by extending the Q). I cannot use the [Edit] button option, as this assumes my improvements will improve the Q so much, that it can stay open. What I can do is open the question in another tab, edit it there, and then come back and vote to close it.
As I hoped I showed, there is need for editing and vote to close. Can we get an edit-only link on the presentation of the Close Votes review queue? So that I can improve a question's readability and provide myself (and my fellow reviewers) with an easier to judge text to begin (c.q. continue) with?
One can either remove the [Edit] button and provide the "normal" edit link below the question. Or leave the button in place, as this draws more attention to the possibility of improvement. In that case change the text to [Edit before Voting], or just change the caption.
The effort of the extra button click for [Leave open] resp. [Close] (or [Skip]) after editing, is negligible compared to the editing process itself.