I've noticed this on the SE network, and realised that when a clickable link is nested in a clickable item, users (me at any rate) tend to forget that the item is clickable. It took me a while to realize that the gray bar was still clickable (even though I've been clicking the other gray bars for a long time now).
Note that the gray box and the [revision] link have different behaviours--one loads the new edit, the other opens the revision history.
How could one improve this?
More generally, how should one go about nesting clickable items? Should one nest an "obviously clickable item" (eg link) in a non-obviously clickable item? If one does that, how should one go about making it obvious that noth thingies are clickable?
(Note, I am asking for this to be improved at MSO as well, I just was curious about the general UX principles)