So here's something that happened on the wiki recently. I have a small opinion piece that I wrote. I wrote the first and third parts while someone else wrote the second:
So this guy comes in and deletes the last part which was my response to the second interpretation. Well, I still felt like expressing my thoughts on the secondary interpretation so I put it back in.
So then the guy does it again and then writes this:
Two alternatives have been given. Continually coming back to "get the last word" makes it look as though someone is being childish and using the wiki as a platform for their ego, and to turn it into a needless argument. It's not professional.
Isn't that total nonsense? First he deliberately censures my opinion, then when he didn't get his way, he stoops to calling me "childish" and "egotistical" and "unprofessional".
Just because someone disagrees with an opinion doesn't mean they can just delete it. We're trying to keep this wiki as inclusive to as many viewpoints as possible. And if you don't get your way, don't play games and call people names, because that person is so not in the right on this issue.
If you have a response and it matters that you get the last word in, then write your response and get the last word in. But censorship and ad hominem attacks just take away from whatever it is that you're trying to say. And that's what's unprofessional.