The rep required to view the First Posts review queue was bumped from 125 rep to 500 rep on July 26th. You had enough rep to view it under the old rules but do not any longer. The original suggestion, along with some of the reasons why the SE team chose to move this to 500 rep, can be found in this answer on MSO.
We already discussed that in chat a few days ago. While having no definite answer, our "guessed conclusions" are:
it's the number of overall items in queue
probably for reasons of cost, the ones irrelevant to the user are not filtered out
No idea what should have led to the current situation. While some of us observed something similar in the past (most ...
The thing with "too minor" edits is a good point.
AFAIK the background of this restriction is to prevent <2000 rep users from gaming the system by making a lot of small and easy edits that don't completely fix a post.
Edits should fix all issues of a post. Not just the minor ones. But if there were only minor ones that needed to be fixed and got fixed ...
It seems minor, but not too minor, in my opinion. If a post has a spelling error, that is too minor. But if there are a lot of spelling errors, editing to fix them makes the question much more readable.
People are bound to make spelling errors, but they are accidental. However, using greetings or saying "thank you" is deliberate (though generally second ...
If you edit again it will overwrite your first suggestion, as long as that suggestion has not already been approved or rejected.
As for Izzy's comment: Hit the "Improve" button. This will allow you to fix up the post to contain all the fixes (use "view source" in the edit history if needed) and there is a checkbox for whether the suggested edit was helpful ...
Edit: Fixed! See the new answer on the below Meta post.
It's because he has 1 rep temporarily: Bug in 'Late Answers' Review Tab
I think this is an unintended sideffect? Or at least a confusing way to have this work.
This is a new and interesting feature that allows users to spend less effort while doing their part to this community network.
The new feature, as any other feature comes with potential bad habits that one may get caught in without noticing.
Some that I've noticed across SE are:
Experienced users or new users all get involved in such a way ...
Minor edits should come with added value, like rephrasing the sentences or titles so that they are clearer or easier to understand, adding formatting, or editing the tags where applicable.
Minor wrong spellings are where we need to think twice on editing. Sometimes, they are forgivable, sometimes not. But removing "thanks" and "regards" alone is TOO minor.