Following on from my previous post (which I admit was not very well thought out), I have decided to ask a better question.
When too many of your tag wiki suggestions get rejected, you get banned for 7 days, which I think is harsh if you are editing in good faith, and just are not quite sure what you are doing.
I have two ideas:
The current check is
if (rejects - approvals / 3) > 5, and it will block you for 7 days.
What I propose is a gentler introduction. When you get close to that limit you get blocked for 2 days to be warned, and only get blocked for 7 if you're level continues to deteriorate.
if (rejects - approvals / 3) > 3, block for 2 days.
if (rejects - approvals / 3) > 5, block for 7 days
At least give us a warning if we are going to get blocked!
(rejects - approvals / 3) level is getting closer to 5 (say, on 4), give a warning that something might happen.
A proper warning, something like:
Your edit rejection level is getting too high and you are close to being blocked. Have a look at your suggestion history [here] and the tag-wiki guidelines [here]
Mainly I think the current system just blocks the user, without warning them or anything. When I got blocked, I didn't even know where to find the suggestion history to see what I had done wrong, so now I have 7 days being banned from tag-wiki editing. Not good, seeing as I was so eager to help out.
If I had been given either of the two options above instead of a straight ban, I would not be blocked now, but would know what I did wrong, and as a result, that SE site would be better off with the edits I would have done.