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After a few attempts, the tag wiki I created for was finally approved, though it's just a copy-paste of the same rejected text I submitted before.

Is there any way to see comments on why my previous submissions were rejected?

(Full tag wiki text available at http://stackoverflow.com/tags/json-lib/info.)

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The excerpt didn't really describe what the library does, so I modified it a bit. – Robert Harvey Jul 1 '11 at 20:32
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Also, users are not asked for a rejection reason, so there's no way to know why a suggested edit was rejected. – Robert Harvey Jul 1 '11 at 20:37
    
Alas, users are not asked for a rejection reason, so we cannot report that a tag was defined way too narrowly or read too much like a sales report. – sarnold Jul 3 '11 at 0:46
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No, there is no commenting for why a suggested edit is rejected.

This has come up a few times, so consider reading the following related posts:

(Really? You're submitting the exact same text that you've submitted before that's been rejected? If something got rejected, even without a reason, you can probably figure out some way to improve it.)

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Any suggestions on improving the tag wiki? A link to an exemplary question/answer on the topic doesn't seem to apply. – Programmer Bruce Jul 2 '11 at 22:12

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