Should moderators delete answers for combining terseness with comprehensiveness?
For example, What do you call a language that doesn't use the European alphabet? asked for "a word" or "adjective" for languages "like Mandarin and Japanese" that are "non-alphabetic".
A comprehensive answer to this question needs to deal with the fact that there are several different ways that a language can be "non-alphabetic".
gotube deleted the upvoted and accepted answer to this question, because it provided dictionary links to a word, an adjective, and a description for each of several different ways that major real-world languages are "non-alphabetic". gotube interpreted that answer as "only a list of writing system categories". Completely missing the point of each of the parts of the answer, gotube said it did not "suggest a term for languages that don't use" "the Latin alphabet".