This is mainly to help me understand how the reviewing of edits (to questions) works. I recently had an edit to this question approved by a reviewer (Chair), but then "rejected by Community" because "This edit conflicted with a subsequent edit". Then I discovered that the "subsequent edit" was my edit! All the changes in this edit, including the text explanation of what had been done, were identical, and were actually made by the OP.
I'm not complaining, I'm not that desperate for the editing credit! But I wonder whether the proposed edit is presented to the OP for approval in such a way that he/she believes that the correct course of action is to copy/paste the changes and carry out the edit themselves. Otherwise, how can this event be explained?
I'm also slightly concerned, because I have the impression that SE users who accumulate a lot of "rejected edits" are liable to be penalised in some way.