As per Too many of your edits were rejected, try again in 7 days, there is a limit on editing tags.
Over on the Raspberry Pi SE, I made 26 accepted edits, and 9 rejected ones. (Sorry if I've counted wrong, it's really hard to tell)
I am now blocked for 7 days! What on earth! I made 9 edits that were in good faith (okay, that sounds like a lot, but I was never told how to improve, I didn't even know they were not being accepted), just not quite right, and I am now blocked for 7 days!
I wasn't notified when my suggestions were not accepted and given a reason to improve there and then. I have only now found out how you see the reason that was given, tucked away in some corner of the profile.
See my Q here.
We have a saying "don't bite the newcomers (especially if they are doing it in good faith)" on Wikipedia, and I have been bitten pretty hard really.
Having been told how to improve, don't I deserve a second chance?
By the time I am allowed to edit again, the site will have changed a lot.
When a site is in an early beta, if you can't think of anything to ask or answer, editing is the only way to earn reputation (I know everybody says "reputation doesn't matter", but get real, when you don't have much it matters a hell of a lot).
I'm not trying to sound as though I'm sulking, but my desire to help out has been severely lowered.
To be honest, I am appalled (sorry, but it's the truth).
I'm sorry if I seem angry (I am...), but 7 days is an impossibly long time for a site that has only been open for 8.
So please can something be done before other users like me leave the site because of this?