When I'm reviewing suggested edits, part of the overall context is whether or not the question is on or near the front page. If someone wants to add mathjax, or fix a silly typo, or add commas, I'm all in favor of this as long as it's not bumping a long-dormant question. If it is bumping an inactive thread, I might be more likely to reject the edit as not adding value.
Would others support requesting a modification of the software so that reviewers could see when the last activity on a question occurred, prior to the suggested edit?
Currently, the only way I know to get this info is to click on the question title and then scroll through the question and answer to see what's most recent. Thanks.