I'm not referring to a post being edited between five and ten times by their owner. I'm referring to posts that have been edited over thirty times in the space of one day.
There used to be a time when a question which had been edited ten times by its original author, or generated more than 30 answers automatically became Community Wiki posts. This measure was removed in 2014, and rightly so in my opinion. But now... I'm seeing users who edit their posts thirty, forty and even fifty times.
OK, it's not a widespread phenomenon, and it appears to be limited to two or three users on EL&U but shouldn't there be some limit?
If after thirty edits your question or answer still has not been fixed, or you haven't finished answering, maybe knowing you don't earn reputation points on a CW will encourage greater attention and accuracy.
I don't know, what do you think?