Listen to what I mean not what I say
This question: Is there a way for grub to automatically reboot into Windows from Windows? came up on my radar today. I knew what the problem was but unfortunately the title wording "Windows from Windows" made it off-topic. So I removed the "from Windows" at the end. Others objected and rolled back the edit. Now the question might now be closed as "off topic" due to the Windows factor.
By the rules of AU I was under the impression you are allowed to edit a question to keep it on-topic. My answer then became (paraphrasing) "No Windows can't do that but Ubuntu can it this way...".
Complicating the issue, after I changed the title to not be Windows specific it was nominated for closure as a duplicate.
After this my edit was rolled back to make it appear to be a Windows related question again and another close vote popped up.
The people involved Muru, David and Zanna might all be considered Moderator Material so I'm feeling there is just something I'm not getting and would like to see a discussion outside the limited scope of the comment section under aforementioned link.
Plus I feel bad for the four rep point OP and what he/she might feel when logging in again and possible confusion whilst reading all the comments, many of which I'm a party too.
I'd really like to wrap my head around this business of editing a question to make it on-topic and then rolling back edits to make it off-topic again.