Is there any limit to the person who edits the tags? Limits such as the number of tag edits each person can do each day.

It seems that if the person has many rejected tags, he is banned of tag edit for seven days. The web site gives me the following message:

Too many of your edits were rejected, try again in 7 days.

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That is correct. If many of your tag wiki edits are rejected (by community vote), your ability to edit tag wikis is temporarily suspended. The exact formula is:

When deciding on whether we should ban or not, we now look at your last 7 days of activity.

If (rejects - (approvals / 3)) >= 5, you will be auto-banned.

You should take this as an opportunity to review why these edits were declined, and learn how to improve your suggested edits. This FAQ answer explains how to see the result of your suggested edits.

  • Can you see were these rejected edits my recent ones or the previous edits? Because after some rejects to the edits I did last two days, I asked some questions in Meta about tag edit and tried to do better tag edits today.
    – enthu
    Jul 13, 2014 at 22:44
  • @Parsa The suspension algorithm considers the last seven days of activity. You should review your own suggested edits to see which were rejected, and why.
    – ff524
    Jul 13, 2014 at 22:49

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