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10 years, 11 months ago
Sometimes a suggested edit is
rejected (by Community) because of a concurrent direct edit that takes precedence.
Since this is no fault of the edit suggestor, such rejections should not count against the suggestor when counting
rejections for bad edits that lead to a ban.
Here are some examples where it happened:
Jun 25, 2012 at 18:30
We now ignore any suggested edits that were rejected by the
Community User due to an edit conflict when determining whether someone should be banned from submitting suggested edits. These rejections are annotated with a description of what happened:
Aside from rejecting "concurrent" edits, the Community User also rejects edits that are
intentionally replaced when the "Reject and Edit" option is used in review. As of September 2014 these do count toward edit bans ( and warnings), as these rejections are not accidental and can generally be avoided by submitting more appropriate/substantive edits. These rejections are also annotated:
Jun 4, 2013 at 18:38
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