I wrote an answer to the TL-WN725N not working question. And it seemed from the begining that @goldilocks (moderator) didn't like it. Instead of discussing, the guy just kept on mofifying my answer trying to improve it his way, ending up modifying it almost completely.
I thought Stack Exchange worked this way:
- if you feel an answer is needs improvement, discuss about it on a comment or by chat.
- if you feel an answer is wrong/misleading you still can discuss about it and downvote.
- If you want a better answer, just write yours.
- but you can still edit to add readability / fixing typos / etc...
I of course can make mistakes. But I don't want other people to talk in my name and potentially introduce mistakes in my name (not saying it is the case right now).
Then, I have lost 12 reputation points, I guess for my comment saying I rolled back... I don't really care about those points. But I'm just wondering if that guy's behaviour is normal...
What should I do? Report? Or is it just right to drastically mofify one's answer?