I've noticed some users with editing privileges make a lot of edits that are either unnecessary or go beyond what is outlined in the Help Center. (Sometimes I think it wouldn't hurt to either raise the bar higher than 2,000 Reputation or require at least one other high-rep user to approve a change.)
They are edits that don't objectively improve the answer and instead conform an answer to one's personal stylistic preferences. An example would be changing an ampersand to the word, "and." Another example may be changing a suggested word in italics to bold.
I am not talking about stylistic edits that are done in addition to fixing a typo, embedding a quote in a quote box, or some other valid reason to edit. I am referring to lone trivial edits.
Because they have not been informed that these edits are unproductive, these edits may proliferate.
Stack Exchange does not have a personal messaging system.
If I simply write the @ sign, as in @User123, will the user be notified? I think the answer is "No."
If I comment on the edited question or answer, the editor won't be notified because the editor is not the original author.
So, if I wanted to start a dialogue with a user about their editing MO, or get their attention directly via notification, is there a way to do so?