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I'm no longer able to edit questions — Is there anything I can do?

For the last couple of days every question that I view does not have the edit link available to me.

I have the link | flag options available but I cannot edit questions.

Why would this be? Is there a limit on questions I can edit? It has been over two days now.

I am logged in.

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marked as duplicate by Time Traveling Bobby, Josh Caswell, slhck, ChrisF, jonsca Nov 8 '11 at 10:02

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In your case the problem seems to be that you make minor retags without full edit rights, and people think it's not worth the reviewing effort for such minor edits. – CodesInChaos Nov 8 '11 at 9:37
See… for the criteria used. The linked post confirms that this ban will likely be lifted in 7 days. – jonsca Nov 8 '11 at 10:05
up vote 9 down vote accepted

According to your edit stats, more than 50% of your suggested edits were rejected.

Editing rights can get removed after at certain rejection thresholds. I believe you have hit one of these thresholds.

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How do I resolve this? Will I ever get my editing rights back?? – hairynuggets Nov 8 '11 at 9:03
I can only suggest one thing: be patient. I don't know the authoritative answer, but you've only waited two days which seems a tad short. If you don't get those rights back in a couple weeks, you might try emailing the team. But make sure you contribute good content in the meantime - that will play in your favor should you have to escalate this issue. – Mat Nov 8 '11 at 9:19

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