I'm very annoyed right now.
Over the past two days, I've been developing this very specific, very detailed question. It includes a problem statement (the question itself), and my progress towards solving this problem (a much longer section, which marks exactly where I've gotten stuck). I've included all of my work, leaving out no assumptions.
Today, two high-rep users (as in, high enough to close my question) got angry at me because I was editing my question a lot (that is, I was working on a solution, and updating the question to reflect the progress of my work). I'll note that math.stackexchange places no limits on the amount of edits a user can make. I defended my edits as reflecting my progress on the question. The other users didn't accept my defense. That's fine. I don't really care about that.
Next thing I know, these two users (and a few more, who have been silent) have put my question on hold as unclear:
Please clarify your specific problem or add additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it's currently written, it’s hard to tell exactly what you're asking.
I have no idea how my question could be any more detailed or specific than it already is. Furthermore, no one has given me any criticism with regard to clarity. The only criticism I've received has been about the number of edits I've made, which, again should have nothing to do with how this specific question is evaluated with regard to clarity.
A deep irony of the fact that my question is now on hold is that, in order to get it open again, I need to edit it even more.
The high-rep users' complaints about my editing frequency have been wiped from the comments section of the question linked-to above.