I have asked Homotopy invariance of de Rham cohomology question
Some user has changed the context from homotopy invariant(by which I mean homotopy equivalent) to diffeomorphic. This is totally different things. And that same user has answered question assuming it is diffeomorphic. I was really upset with this behaviour. I have rolled back his edit. Then there was a confusion regarding my wording homotopy invariant and I said in comments and even in the edit that I mean homotopy equivalent manifolds.
And now the question is on hold.
Instead of notifying user who has made wrong edit, my question is now put on hold.
How can some one not aware of the context can edit the question. I have seen people who have closed this question as unclear, except one user, I do not see if other users has contributed anything for questions with this concept or this tags differential geometry/algebraic topology/homotopy theory/deRham cohomology. How can they decide if this is not clear?
I guess it is better to keep some criterion on contribution to specific amount to vote to close or open a question of that particular tag which is not very basic tag. Tags which are not basic for example linear algebra, calculus, elementary number theory has to be such that any edit made to questions has to be done by users who has contributed enough.
Edit : 22 upvotes and 3 downvotes for this post as of now. I don’t understand why this is getting so much attention :D... There is no answer/discussion regarding minimum contribution criterion to edit a question..