Navigating on SO I ran to this post :
If you look at the first answer, Michael Pryor (a co-founder of Fog Creek) edited the answer by marking some of the informations "not true anymore".
I don't know if these informations are "not true any more", but here he changed the content of an answer to change critics of one of his product.
So I'd like to know if this is a normal behaviour ?
(I'm not a concurrent, and I'm a customer of fog creek, so I have no commercial interest in asking this, in fact fogbugz is a nice product)
Isn't an "abuse of power" (even if he let the original text) ?
EDIT , from the SO site :
Some common reasons to edit are:
to fix grammatical or spelling mistakes to clarify the meaning of a post without changing it correct minor mistakes or add addendums / updates as the post ages add related resources or hyperlinks
It's not "correct minor mistakes or add addendums / updates as the post ages", he clearly edited the post, he didn't add something.