I'm learning about meteor and going through StackOverflow questions.
A number of questions have been closed in April 2012, because meteor was in its infancy, and the questions seemed off-topic. However, the meteor team advises using StackOverflow, and indeed, later questions have been left alone.
Some of these questions had answers that were correct at the time, but are now incorrect (e.g. "Is there a Windows port" - a Windows port was launched in August). A new user may stumble upon these answers, and learn an inaccurate state of matters. I cannot post new, correct, answers, because the questions are closed.
I've attempted to fix these issues; however all my recent edits have been rejected with reasons that immediately appear uninformed (such as
This edit introduces spam, defaces the post in some way, or is otherwise inappropriate. - when I linked to the Windows port, or
This edit changes too much in the original post; the original meaning or intent of the post would be lost. - well, duh, the original answer is now wrong).
Please review these edits, and kindly advise the moderators of the situation.
Note: I've read My edit was rejected for incorrect (and seemingly random) reasons. How do I justify and resubmit it without starting a little edit fight?, but I can't resubmit any edits, because I was banned for having too many rejected edits.