I got blocked from editing again.

I wanted to know from when (ratio approve/reject?) I get blocked. For example, in my last 10 suggested edits, 7 were approved and 3 were rejected. Is this the ratio?

I'm not angered against anyone here (unlike my previous post), I just want to know from which point I can get blocked. It's now been the third time since the creation of my account and, trust me, over 2 weeks of being blocked from editing and reviewing out of the ~80 days I've been on this site is very long.

  • You’d have a better experience if you focused on submitting accurate and timely edits that improve a) the post and b) the site. Currently, you’re focused on the hard limits of various policies of the site and, as you’ve learned (hopefully) it’s not a recipe for success
    – Allan
    May 20, 2023 at 14:38
  • @Allan Ah yeah, I think I learned that. The hard way.
    – Thinkr
    May 20, 2023 at 16:04

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That's a system-wide feature and the specifics may not be public (for IMHO obvious reasons). You may find more about it on Meta StackExchange.

  • Okay, I might propose to reduce the ban period (7 days to 2 or 5) on Meta SE later.
    – Thinkr
    May 20, 2023 at 9:45

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