I don't care about the measly 2 points I didn't get. I only care about the lesson and reason behind the decision so I won't repeat the mistake... so that eventually, when I have enough reputation/maturity/trust to edit without supervision, I'd like to not piss off the rest of the community.
Here's my suggested edit.
I believe I was adding some useful formatting which aided in accurately understanding the question at hand without requiring multiple read-throughs:
- It's not obvious to me what the URL following the codeblock was. It's the sample output. (This happens twice)
- The last paragraph isn't a paragraph but an error message... So I formatted it as such.
- There was no other obvious typos or grammar mistakes to fix.
The fact that it was the Community♦ user brings me to believe my error should be obvious but I simply don't get it. There's no message. Nothing! I simple, automated "F#$% off! You don't know how to edit!" (actually it just says Rejected but without any reasons to explain, it might aswell be written that)
I would like to be able to serve the community better so... please explain to me which law I've obviously broken. If I can't properly serve this community then it's a moot point for me to stick around isn't it.