There's an edit war going on in Smart Tic Tac Toe, a reinforcement learning approach . Every edit by one high-rep user is being reverted by the OP with no explanation, and he (sigh) offers this:
keep editing my post and I'll keep rolling it back and let's see who gives up first. You do not own the website, you're just a user like any of the other users, if the website allows you to edit my post, it also allows me of rolling back your edits, if you have suggestions, you come here with a comment requesting my approval and I decide what I want to include in my post and what I do not, it's not up to you to decide, wanna make it a challenge? go ahead and I will win whether you like it or not.
Though the following editorializing on my behalf is bordering on a self-answer,
if you have suggestions, you come here with a comment requesting my approval
That is not remotely the accepted model for edits. Editors do not (and should not, for efficiency's sake) seek approval from the OP beforehand. This community relies on mutual trust, including trust that users with enough rep to make edits understand the guidelines enough to be able to make constructive edits without first asking for permission. That is certainly the case here, though said trust from the OP seems lacking.
If there were a mechanism (?) to impose an edit freeze while discussion happens, I'd vote for that, but I don't know that there is one. What do we do?