I would say a quarter to half my questions end up getting edited the vast majority of which end up dramatically changing the context of my question. I'm not against good advice (I've acted on about 2% of all the criticisms I have ever had about my work since they were actually thoughtful) though I think since I joined overflow sites years after I've had a good grip on most of the material I work with people are seeing low reputation and presuming that equates to low levels of comprehension.
Regardless of the reasoning behind people making edits is there an option I can use that would require my approval in order to commit an edit to my questions?
I have no interest in spamming questions in order to artificially boost my reputation.
I am getting tired of having to add bullet points telling people to ask for clarifications instead of editing my posts.
Having to correct my posts so often reduces my desire to ask the question if I have to review the question again (even with the revision pages available).
As this is a discussion there is no reason to edit this post, I will be happy to revise my own if you leave comments as I actively follow questions I participate in though the office of redundancy redundancy requires that I state I know what I am asking.
For example, say I post about Kubuntu (which by default uses KDE) and someone edits it changing the OS to Ubuntu (which uses Gnome by default). Then, answers become Gnome-oriented for a KDE question and the entire context has been changed--negating the point of asking the question in the first place.