On my Hub profile that my hubs are missing summaries ( already my hubs were published) but after adding summaries, it shows that your hubs have been submitted for publication and now today again it is showing needs revision.
If that hub was previously published then again why it needs revision?
The summaries have nothing to do with the revision. Your hubs needing revision may mean that they are not properly formatted, they might have grammatical and spelling errors or poor English translation. I would read through the hubs again with a fine tooth comb to make sure all is well, then resubmit.
You need to look at the hub, find at the top where it says what the issue is, and click on it for more details.
i will say , you should revise them and re post them !
Delete the old ones.
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