I recently posted my first question on Stack Overflow, but I ask/answer quite a bit on other Stack Exchange sites. As it was my first post, it was reviewed and edited, but I disagree with the edits made. They don't really change the question itself, nor impact any potential answer, but they make it less correct, not more.
I thought about just editing it back, but I don't want that to come off wrong. I feel like I need some kind of explanation for disputing the edits (as I have done below), but I don't know of anywhere to do that on the post. Should I just change it back? Should I contact a moderator? Is my English Nerd side just acting up again?
"...the project consists of syntax that I cannot seem to find..." => "...the project consists of the syntax that I cannot seem to find..." (this is arbitrary at best, but from an English standpoint, it makes no sense. The original is perfectly valid (since the plural of 'syntax' is 'syntax') and says what I intended. The edit suggests that there is a single syntax I cannot find, which it incorrect)
"Begin VB.Form [FormName]" => "Begin VB. Form [FormName]" (not even sure where this came from. VB.Form is the object name, not a sentence delimiter)
"...as I would expect coming from C#" => "...as I would expect to come from C#" (I was referring to my experience moving from C# to VB. It's not that big of a deal, but this changes the meaning entirely. Perhaps the correct edit would be "...as I would expect, coming from C#)