Many are familiar with Wikipedia ... but not as many are familiar with the energetic exchange, the give-and-take (and, sometimes, cut-and-thrust) that comes with editing Wikipedia content.
Most of my experience on Wikipedia has been of a positive and productive sort. Usually, I have seen the sense in edits performed on my submissions, and found myself in agreement with them. A few times, I haven't ... but even those were resolved amicably, and usually to the satisfaction of all involved.
But that's not always the case ... and an interesting example of this might be found in the ongoing discussion over Wikipedia submissions devoted to a West Texas institution - the American Airpower Heriage Museum of the Commemorative Air Force.
Here is the museum's page on Wikipedia
Here is the Revision History of that page
Here is User Talk from CAFAirpower, stemming from that Revision History
Those of you who contribute to Wiki from time to time may have stories of your own to share ... the good, the bad, the ugly and the beautiful. Whatever, I'd like to hear them.