In the last week+ I've edited a lot of posts (through seeing many issues) and earned reasonable rep for it (despite accepted edits in the suggested queue). But, for some reason, I no-longer earn rep for editing... I noticed this in the last 24 hours and I'd like to know why?
I've had both the time and inclination to edit posts - Because I feel I'm contributing, earning rep and also because I believe it's valuable to others (if a post is clearer, even by a marginal amount, then people are more likely to readily understand, comment and answer!).
My edits have included many corrections including, but not limited to:
- Correcting or enabling code display (through poor markdown)
- Improving formatting
- Grammar and associated issues
- Plural usage and punctuation
And in various combinations.
... But never removing or correcting the manner in which the OP communicates. Sometimes, I find myself wanting to just apply the
<code> tag to missed opportunities, but I can't (yet).
Sure, there are probably instances of edits where I've done little to improve a post; but sometimes a 'little' counts, but I'm confused as to why I'm no-longer receiving rep for my efforts...
Is there some sort of imposed/modded limit/flag for users editing too many posts or with too many rejected edits?