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2:40 PM
@JourneymanGeek I promise not to roll back the edit. Please unlock my post.
You do not want the edit war. I accepted that I do not roll the edit back. So why do you not unlock the post? Is there any other reasons?
What should I do that a moderator unlock my post?
 
@Later I think your best bet would be to flag your post for moderator attention and ask for an unlock, making sure to note that you have no intentions of defacing your post, rolling back helpful edits on it, or otherwise making large, meaning-changing edits to argue with points made in answers like you had previously. A mod will evaluate the flag and... We'll see what happens then.
 
I did that but my flag was declined.
 
Well then I suppose a mod has chosen to leave it locked for the duration currently set. Your best bet would just be to sit tight until it finishes.
 
2:55 PM
I only want to know their reasons, but no one answers me.
 
I think the reason for the lock was pretty evident given the revision history and the response to your inquiry about it in chat. It's probably best if you let it drop, let the lock run its course, and come back after some time.
 
A regular user edited my post, and then I rolled it back one time. Then it was locked by a moderator for one week. I promised them not to roll it back again, but they rejected my request.
On that conversation they talked about their opinions on the content of my post, not about their reasons for locking it.
 
That's not the same story that the revision history indicates. You created your post, and after some additional convo about downvotes was rolled back, you edited in a lengthy argument against the answer provided to your post, which was rolled back, and the user who rolled back that edit provided a comment explaining why.
Your choice to roll that edit back was what got your post locked. Invalidating answers and providing argumentation via edits isn't okay.
 
3:13 PM
As you can see in the revision history, I only rolled back one time. I have to add my response to that answer in the original post because I have already been asked by moderators not to argue in comments (I was suspended because of that). I did not invalidate the answer, I only put some points to clarify what I meant.
 
3:23 PM
This is the reason of my suspension which moderators explained to me:
> We've noticed that you have a pattern of engaging in lengthy discussions in comments, frequently consisting of responses involving multiple, back-to-back posts. Comments are intended as brief messages to provide feedback, add minor information, ask for clarification, or discuss the content of the post.
If I had put my points in comments under the answer, I would have probably been suspended again.
 
@Later Like JourneymanGeek said, if you're moving from arguing in comments to arguing in edits to your question, maybe it's time to take a step back and re-evaluated how exactly you want to come off to people. Editing your post to clarify what you mean is fine, but you directly responded to the answer using quotes and direct language rather than simply editing in details to your post.
The first bit of the edit you made, which talked about how "my description of "community leaders" in the parentheses was ignored" was sort of rude. You implied that the answerer didn't actually read your question, which is very presumptive and comes across as dismissive. You might want to use the time that the post is locked to reconsider the way your post is written and what your next steps should look like.
Anyway, I can't really comment about your previous suspension. I'm not a moderator and I have no plans on becoming one. I'm just speaking from one person to another.
 
Thanks. I have to go now.
 

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