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Can someone edit a post that is already edited by Community‚ô¶?

Yes, you can edit the posts without any fear. As you have the edit privilege, there is no need to wait for review too. But just remember that they need to be substantial. Edits done by Community‚ô¶ ...
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What to choose among -- user "Intent" vs site "Content"?

Tricky question. Well, I think if the content of question is worthy and salvageable then we should take the side of "beneficial to the community" that is - edit the question and let it go for re-open ...
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Can users who constantly engage in edit-wars with other users over tags be banned from the site?

There is a provision for banning a user form suggesting an edit if s/he doesn't have edit privileges. Well, usually edit/roll-back wars are handled by locking posts which are under dispute and by ...
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Should we permanently delete the abusive edit history from the posts, which were [accidentally] approved for spam edits?

Yes, that should be done. Not only Community managers, even diamond moderators can redact a revision. A custom flag asking for redacting a revision and a link (it does the mod's job easier) will ...
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What is the code of conduct during the edit disputes among users?

Since StackExchange encourages/welcomes the edits to improve the posts, editor can fix things. However If OP disagree with the editors' edit and roll-backs to the previous version, editor should not ...
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Can users who constantly engage in edit-wars with other users over tags be banned from the site?

The title and the body asks different questions. For the title: Yes, they can be banned. For the first point: If a user thinks the added tag is wrong, they can rollback the edit as said in the ...
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What is the code of conduct during the edit disputes among users?

In any edit war, following should be the priority in descending order. Lower the priority, the user should stop editing. Moderator as discussed here Author (OP) as discussed here Others The tricky ...
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Do we have rules already or we need to frame some to stop the unfair practice of making posts active again by making the most insignificant edits?

This is mainly a link based answers as lots of discussions have happened for this topic. Readers are advised to go through it. [Original Qn] Duplicate of: Is it fair to promote own posts by either ...
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