I have requested and successfully received a nice review about a piece of code which relies on a pool of third part services.
Since the code was nicely welcomed with some upvotes I thought that it might be useful to other people in the future and that it would be nice to keep the pool of services updated with contributions from the community.
I therefore edited my question to facilitate this process. However another user edited my question back commenting:
"Please do not recommend continuously editing the question just to update a list of external resources."
I understand that this is not the primary scope of codereview, but so many times I have incurred in very old and outdated Q/A that are polluting my google searches. What is wrong in maintaining the code in a question or answer fully functional and useful? And what is wrong having the community helping the process either by edits or comments?
Note that I am not angered towards the edit, neither I am interested in polemics, I just want to better understand the rationale in order to be more proficient in the future. Also my original idea was to contact the editor privately via chat, but I have not been able to.