Earlier I pulled up a suggested edit from a user where they edited "spelling errors". The spelling errors were actually (what I call) local color. What I mean by this is, in the UK, the spelling of "color" is colour. The spelling of "theater" is theatre. In my view, there is absolutely nothing wrong with this and should not be corrected. This is just how it's done and we, as editors or keepers of the SE site should not allow these types of edits to go through. I was in the process of trying to change these back, without completely rejecting the edit, due mainly because there were some other, very pertinent edits on the page. The SE system would not allow me to change them back because it said my edits were too minor. So, when I went back to reject the suggested edits, someone else had already either rejected/accepted the edits (don't know which) and it was no longer available to me.
The discussion questions here are, should we be allowing these type of edits through? Should it be easier for those with editorial powers to change these back without rejecting the entire proposed edit?