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I've done a fair number of reviews this morning, and have repeatedly rejected one particular user's edits as they've been very minor (i.e., changing "i" to "I" and adding newlines). So far, I've rejected at least 10 edits from this user.
My question is, why is this user still able to edit anything?
According to the answers and information from previous (albeit, outdated) questions, including this one and this one, indicate that after a certain number of edits, users are barred from editing, yet after many rejections from myself alone, all in the last couple hours, this user is still editing posts as I write this question. So far, he's almost hit the rep cap today for edits alone, no other contributions (he has received 168 rep so far today), likely from other reviewers accepting his minor edits.
Is there still a limit on the number of rejected edits you get before you're barred from editing? If not, why was it removed, and is there a possibility that it can it be added back in?
Edit: According to
Bart in the comments, the edit ban is still active, so I guess a more appropriate question is what is the new limit for bans or how is it calculated?