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I am a frequent reviewer, mostly in suggested edits, and something I notice a lot is people submitting the same kinds of stupid and incorrect suggested edits over and over, most of the time being rejected, but occasionally being accepted by lazy-reviewers. There is generally loads of unnecessary suggested edits in the queue (although not as many as there are in the close votes-queue), and people never quite seem to learn.

A way to prevent more of these edits could be to put users submitting three rejected edits on a cooldown for a day or more, presenting it with a page/guide for how to correctly edit posts.

I'm adding this as a , let me know if you think this is a good idea or not, or what could improve it. Thanks.

marked as duplicate by Adam Lear Aug 19 '13 at 22:37

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