I created a tag and wrote wiki content on it.
It was approved, however, I notice one of the reviewers rejected it as:
This edit plagiarizes content from an external source without proper attribution.
I wrote this content myself, based on my knowledge of the process behind it.
It really annoys me that someone has assumed something is plagiarism. Based on what? He didn't think a kangaroo called skippy could write well? Can users be made accountable of flagging things as plagiarism? All things aside, plagiarism is one of the worst thing, anybody in any profession can be accused of. It calls for instant dismissal from the University I attend.
I suggest that a comment box to provide a link or title and author name might be advisable. I understand this may seem trivial, but it is a black thing to mark against someone's name. It might make people think before picking a box, just as people need to learn to press skip when reviewing.
I think this is an issue of our quality of reviewing as it seems some people are not paying attention, either way.