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Looking at your account stats, you have had 12 suggested edits approved, and 6 rejected. The high reject rate seems to me like the system automatically banned you from editing. This ban may last from a couple days, to a couple weeks. I do want to note however, that I've noticed that a large chunk of your wiki edits were comprised of improperly attributed, ...


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I've proposed that on this site terms like 'free' and 'open' must be considered to be synonymous except in the rare questions that are directly asking about the subtleties of their 'official' definitions. So in general, I think it would be appropriate to reject edits which change 'free' to 'open' or vice versa with the 'no improvement whatsoever' reason. ...


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I think a good rule of thumb here is to try and avoid taking sides. If someone prefers using the term free over open, then we shouldn't be editing their post. Since that would be us making a big deal out of which terminology is preferable, and thus taking sides. However, if someone uses 'open source' in a context where it makes absolutely no sense to do so (...


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