I'm having a problem that from now on I'm not able to suggest edits to the Ask Ubuntu site. I'm pretty sure that the edits I have been made were relevant and I want to know whether some user is able to restrict me from that. Please help!
Several of the edits that you suggested were rejected which lead to your account temporary barred from suggesting any more edits. This suspension would last for a week and is automatic.
Just going through some of your recent suggested edits:
I am looking at a plethora of suggested edits that don't seem to greatly improve the value of the post, which doesn't bode well with our policy.
Just for your quick reference, here's a relevant quote from the help center about editing:
Edits are expected to be substantial and to leave the post better than you found it. Common reasons for edits include:
- To fix grammar and spelling mistakes
- To clarify the meaning of the post (without changing that meaning)
- To include additional information only found in comments, so all of the information relevant to the post is contained in one place
- To correct minor mistakes or add updates as the post ages
- To add related resources or hyperlinks
You recently made quite a few edits and most of them were rejected. And as a result, you are temporarily banned from making new edits for 7 days. Here are some of your rejected edits:
You can review all the edits you've made so far in the Activity Tab. Go through them and try to find out what could have caused the edit to get rejected. Some of these edits change too much of the post and some of them are too minor.
Here are some suggestions: