I made a thread a few days ago detailing an admin that was shooting down my ideas. I backed off and thought "Okay, fine. I'll just edit some summaries because they could be better as well as make some redirects to help with the search engine."
Well, I go back to the wiki today to see most of the redirects deleted as well as all my edit revert.
My problem with this admin is that they aren't really letting me contribute even after I gave up on arguing my point about changing things stylistically.
I've left a message asking why they reverted things. But I'm not sure I care for an answer as I now can only see them as stubborn and over protective.
Admins shouldn't act like this. It's proper to inform a user as to why the edits (especially if made in good faith/for the better) are reverted. Because now it just feels personal. Or I guess I'll say it feels 50% personal and 50% gate guarding.
They seem to have this idea that they know what's best for the wiki/series' wiki when they there are very clear things that need to be improved upon.