Maybe I was a little obsessive, but I wrote about 25, most of which were accepted, and some of which were rejected. I'm not complaining about not having these contributions accepted per se, although it sure would be nice to have feedback on what wasn't liked, so I could clean it up and try again. (Or maybe we could have something a little more quorum-based?)
The issue, though: although I wasn't trying somehow "game the system" or being malicious, I got stuck in the Reject Users list, so that if I try to edit a tag wiki, I get a bare white page with the text:
Too many of your edits were rejected, try again in 7 days.
Wow, really? This makes me kind of disinclined to contribute.
Could the algorithm be changed so that it is softened for higher-rep users? Or weighted by the number of accepted contributions?
Or should I just let someone else worry about the tag wikis?
Edit: part of the additional problem is that there were actually only three real edits rejected, but for two of them, I had edited both the excerpt and the tag wiki proper, so I got two rejects counted for each of them.
Edit: I've gotten the reply that the the tag wiki excerpts I propose are not good because they describe how to use the tag rather than defining the word. Please read the blog post linked above and also Should tag wikis answer the "what is this" question?