Always remember that tags are intended to make it easier to find a question, not to find the most Type-A classification of questions. You get 5 of them. I expect it would be easier to just tag with the OS involved if you need to narrow it down.
According to my research, trygvis did review it: https://dba.stackexchange.com/review/first-posts/5569 and about 90 minutes before you asked this, give or take.
Additionally, let me show you how I got there :D
When you check what's directly under the bottom of your post, there are two links like edited 2 hours ago and the 'card' of the editor. If you click the former, you will get to the revision history of that post. You'll see something like in this picture:
On every state, except the newest one, there is a 'rollback' link. If you click it, the question will ...
Besides dezso's answer, which covers how you can see the history of the edits of a question and how to rollback, there is one more point:
In my opinion he should not have access to edit my answer. I would consider this a bug.
No, it is not a bug. A central point of the whole idea behind Stack Oveflow and the sister sites is that anyone can post questions ...
In the case of MySQL, some features taken for granted in Linux are not available in Windows.
The first thing that came to mind was the option innodb_flush_method. In Linux, it allows InnoDB to bypass caching to the OS and explicit caches to the system tablespace. That feature is not available in the Windows version (since Windows will cache in the OS ...