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My detailed reputation audit (the one accessible at shows the following note at the end:

earned 22 reputation out of a maximum of 1000 from suggested edits

However, when this suggested edit system was put in place, I already had full edit privileges. Because of that I never made an edit that went into the suggested edit queue. How is this possible?

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Look at your "Suggestions" activity here:

Those are tag wiki edits, which you did do, and did get you some nice rep. Check out your rep for Aug. 24th for example.

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You get the accept for the link :) – R. Martinho Fernandes Dec 24 '11 at 16:50

It looks like you made a number of tag wiki edits, which would have had to been reviewed if you were below 20k reputation at the time, and therefore would have counted as suggested edits.

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Ah, I forgot about tag wiki edits. That should be it. – R. Martinho Fernandes Dec 24 '11 at 16:47

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