@AndrolGenhald suggested I ask this here.
My answer here was deleted for the reason that "this is covered by other answers". First of all, its obviously not a duplicate answer, but it also contains information other answers contain. Schroeder made no attempt to discuss anything with me, just deleted it, which prevents me from discussing it further in comments to that answer.
Is it really policy to delete answers that are worded significantly different if a mod thinks any other differing content isn't worth having? I thought the whole point of stack exchange was to let readers (not mods) decide what's useful to them.
My answer isn't spam, its not duplicative, it contains new information. I think it should be undeleted. And honestly, this kind of thoughtless moderator behavior is common enough that something needs to be done about it. What repercussions are there for a moderator that does things like this?