I asked Remove elongated, "thin" parts of shapes (preferably R, otherwise python/QGIS) and got a helpful answer that pointed me in the right direction, but was somewhat minimalistic. I edited the answer, to add code, an example image, further description and optional improvements. The answer showed a banner to me, something like "Edited in a way only I can see until it is approved". This banner now disappeared and the answer is back to it's minimal version.
Can I find out (or can someone tell me) what happened to an edit (respectively that specific one) ?
I've spent quite some time to significantly improve someone's answer, so that it will help others, after it helped me. It would be heartbreaking and really demotivating, if that work was for nothing. It happened to me once before and I was left wondering, why someone would reject it. Or maybe I just need help to see why someone would reject this particular edit.
If it's gone, I'd rather not go through such a process again or create my own (duplicate and competing, but more elaborate) answer, so that I can be sure it'll be published - cheesy, since I don't want to steal credit for the answer, but in this case I'd argue it'd better.
To understand what I'm talking about: Here is left the original answer, on the right with my changes.