There's a recently locked question Transform all pixels from one projection to another projection under the Matplotlib Basemap. Apparently it's in dispute. The system says: "For more info visit meta" but I don't know how to find said info.
I may have inadvertently caused, or at least joined, the dispute, but have know idea what the dispute is. I'm still learning about the Suggested Edits review process, but fear that I'm being accused of vandalism.
Here's what happened from my point of view, yesterday:
- Noticed a Q in my Review section and decided to contribute.
- Saw it was about Matplotlib Basemap and did some research.
- Approved the Q (clicked No Action).
- Decided that answer to Q was Yes.
- Visited actual Q (outside of Review) and saw for 1st time that it was an old one and even had an A. (No sign of any dispute, though )
- Noticed that the A seemed to lack a conclusion.
- Suggested (what I thought was) a useful conclusion, based on what I'd learnt by research on topic at hand.
This morning I noticed that my suggested edit was approved then declined, and there's a big dispute.
- How can I discover (or What are) the details of The Dispute?
- Is it OK to add material to a Q or A, via suggested edits, or must they only be done via comments.
I didn't mean to cause any upset.