Recently there was a question concerning a hoped-for feature in Calc which was claimed to be availabele in Excel.
After some research in the web I doubted the claim concerning Excel and asked the questioner to provide an example written to XLSX. He refused adding the remark that he was here to get a solution, but not to teach others.
In turn I told him that a consumer-only attitude was not appropriate here, imo. The most harsh remark on my behalf was that he should “stick with his own kind” if insisting on getting help without offering anything.
I have no exact copy of the mentioned comments.
Somebody removed them from the thread without even adding another comment identifying himself and justifying the action.
I cannot accept such a kind of “moderation” silently. Therefore I posted another comment to the mentioned question:
“The OQer and myself had posted additional comments on this question. They (in specific mine) contained criticism, but were not offensive - as far as I understand the term not being a native speaker of English.
Somebody removed these comments without notifying me of the action.
Should this kind of “moderation” continue, I may be forced to retire from contributing to this site.”
Do you think I am wrong with my way treating this?