Okay an hour my question: Do mathematicians, in the end, always agree? was made community wiki. I didn't know what community wiki meant, and why my post should have made community wiki, so I googled it, and I read that:
Community wiki posts work by transferring ownership of the post from the original author to the community.
So, at first sight, I was a little bit like, can somebody else just decide that I'm not the owner of my own question anymore? And why this does this moderator think that I don't deserve to have the ownership of my own question ? I'm the only one that has edited this question ...
Reading a little bit more, I understand now that my question is probably made community wiki so that I don't gain reputation from it. This I do understand, I also noticed that the highest upvoted question I've asked, where soft-question and the reputation I get from these soft-question doesn't really reflect my knowledge about mathematics.
I don't care so much about reputation, I'm fine with that aspect, but I do feel this is a little bit the wrong way to solve this. Why not just make sure that questions tagged 'big-list' or 'soft-question' don't gain user reputation ?