In the following question and answer, I've explained how one could go to a certain bus station in Tbilisi to catch a minibus to Yerevan. I added two things, the address of the station along with the geocoordinates, as "X bus station" can sometimes be hard to find in developing countries like Georgia:
I've also landed at Avlabari on my way back, so there might be departures there also. (What I've done on leaving is simply ask a taxi driver for it and they drove me to the Ortachala station.[^1])
[^1]: 1 Dimitri Gulia St, Tbilisi (41.6752119, 44.8332579)
One commenter said:
[...] Having said that I suggest removing the promotional content of your answer.
I was kind of puzzled, and asked to make sure that's what they were referring to.
Another contributor, @Willeke, at 13k rep, outright edited my answer to remove the location, address and coords:
I have edited out the details for the taxi, not that useful in the long run and close to spam, if not outright spam, which might have resulted in deleting this answer.
I'm pretty baffled here. Was that an appropriate reaction, is that the policy of the Travel.se?
If they thought it was a taxi company, why didn't they at least ask or even check what it was? I get that my footnote could have gone on the first reference to the Ortachala station, but wasn't the reaction a little... overreactionary?