I was recently banned from suggesting edits due to too many of my edits being rejected on Arqade. I didn't understand that I couldn't use Wikipedia descriptions for tag descriptions. I've taken the time I've been banned to reconsider my strategy and understand my mistake. I don't plan on repeating it.
I would like to continue being a productive member of the community by suggesting helpful edits, but I am hesitant. If my next edit is rejected, will I be banned immediately, or will it take a few more rejected edits for me to be banned a second time?
I was banned the first time for getting five edits rejected; will it take another five rejected edits to get banned a second time, or just one? I don't plan on suggesting poor or sub-par edits, but I just want to know if I have some "buffer room," if for any reason my next edit gets rejected.
For future reference, if I am banned n times, how many more rejected edits does it take me to get banned n+1 times?
I know this happened to me on Arqade, but I am asking on general Meta because I am wondering how this works for the SE network as a whole.