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A user recently made an edit suggestion to a post:

http://stackoverflow.com/suggested-edits/66907https://stackoverflow.com/suggested-edits/66907

He lost an edit race, and the difference between his edit and the edit that won the race looked silly. So I rejected it.

But I don't want my rejection to effect this user's ability to make future edit suggestions.

I've seen this case come up three or four times before, and each time I don't want to accept the edit, because what is left over is often noise, but I also don't want that user to be locked out from making edits.

Am I worried about nothing? Or is the threshold between "can make edit suggestions" and "cannot make edit suggestions" thin enough that this is a potential problem?

A user recently made an edit suggestion to a post:

http://stackoverflow.com/suggested-edits/66907

He lost an edit race, and the difference between his edit and the edit that won the race looked silly. So I rejected it.

But I don't want my rejection to effect this user's ability to make future edit suggestions.

I've seen this case come up three or four times before, and each time I don't want to accept the edit, because what is left over is often noise, but I also don't want that user to be locked out from making edits.

Am I worried about nothing? Or is the threshold between "can make edit suggestions" and "cannot make edit suggestions" thin enough that this is a potential problem?

A user recently made an edit suggestion to a post:

https://stackoverflow.com/suggested-edits/66907

He lost an edit race, and the difference between his edit and the edit that won the race looked silly. So I rejected it.

But I don't want my rejection to effect this user's ability to make future edit suggestions.

I've seen this case come up three or four times before, and each time I don't want to accept the edit, because what is left over is often noise, but I also don't want that user to be locked out from making edits.

Am I worried about nothing? Or is the threshold between "can make edit suggestions" and "cannot make edit suggestions" thin enough that this is a potential problem?

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do Do rejected suggested edits effectaffect the users ability to make future suggested edits?

A user recently made an edit suggestion to a post:

http://stackoverflow.com/suggested-edits/66907

He lost an edit race, and the difference between his edit and the edit that won the race looked silly. So I Rejectedrejected it.

But I don't want my Rejectionrejection to effect this user's ability to make future edit suggestions.

I've seen this case come up three or four times before, and each time I don't want to Acceptaccept the edit, because what is left over is often noise, but I also don't want that user to be locked out from making edits.

Am I worried about nothing? Or is the threshold between "can make edit suggestions" and "cannot make edit suggestions" thin enough that this is a potential problem?

do rejected suggested edits effect ability to make future suggested edits?

A user recently made an edit suggestion to a post:

http://stackoverflow.com/suggested-edits/66907

He lost an edit race, and the difference between his edit and the edit that won the race looked silly. So I Rejected it.

But I don't want my Rejection to effect this user's ability to make future edit suggestions.

I've seen this case come up three or four times before, and each time I don't want to Accept the edit, because what is left over is often noise, but I also don't want that user to be locked out from making edits.

Am I worried about nothing? Or is the threshold between "can make edit suggestions" and "cannot make edit suggestions" thin enough that this is a potential problem?

Do rejected suggested edits affect the users ability to make future suggested edits?

A user recently made an edit suggestion to a post:

http://stackoverflow.com/suggested-edits/66907

He lost an edit race, and the difference between his edit and the edit that won the race looked silly. So I rejected it.

But I don't want my rejection to effect this user's ability to make future edit suggestions.

I've seen this case come up three or four times before, and each time I don't want to accept the edit, because what is left over is often noise, but I also don't want that user to be locked out from making edits.

Am I worried about nothing? Or is the threshold between "can make edit suggestions" and "cannot make edit suggestions" thin enough that this is a potential problem?

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do rejected suggested edits effect ability to make future suggested edits?

A user recently made an edit suggestion to a post:

http://stackoverflow.com/suggested-edits/66907

He lost an edit race, and the difference between his edit and the edit that won the race looked silly. So I Rejected it.

But I don't want my Rejection to effect this user's ability to make future edit suggestions.

I've seen this case come up three or four times before, and each time I don't want to Accept the edit, because what is left over is often noise, but I also don't want that user to be locked out from making edits.

Am I worried about nothing? Or is the threshold between "can make edit suggestions" and "cannot make edit suggestions" thin enough that this is a potential problem?