When I ask a question on Stack Overflow, I'm trying to follow guidelines: being clear, show examples, format my text, use the appropriate tags. But I can sometimes make slight mistakes, which of course are picked by some users, who take some of their time to edit my post.
Nevertheless, the edit can come with an edit summary that can be perceived as quite aggressive, belittling, even aggravating. I looked for a way to respond in some way to such edit summaries only to find there is apparently no conventional way to do so. It can become quite frustrating when you don't completely agree with the revision itself.
So here is my question: is Stack Overflow really a place where moderators can freely aggravate users without consequences in exchange for their valuable time? Or is there some way to remind such users of Stack Overflow's model: https://stackoverflow.com/help/be-nice?