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re: Thanks for posting this. This feels like exactly the right line of thinking. I'll add another factor to the list -- I hate it when other people ed...

I have a couple of answers that I’ve had to revert multiple times because they’re about a nuanced, no longer well documented topic. Every time it gets edited it gets “fixed” by well meaning users reading documents for a different version, and they make my answers downright wrong. I don’t mind people improving my answers, but screwing them up without notifying me wears on me.

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