Know what you mean, had a similar thing happen to me weekend before last. Working last one night, I began a profile with name, dates and a solid source. Hit the sack and woke up sick as a dog the next day, so it was the second day before I could get back on to resume work and found that two different people had been making changes. I thought "oh boy, potential cousins!", but it was not to be. Neither was related and looking at the overall changes they were making everwhere, I realized I had been the victim of one of those Data Doctor or similar weekend challenges. One person had made changes to spelling and locations, adding "United States", which is fine, thats what cooperation is all about; however, the other had made several changes to the bio format and added a source. My next thought was that they hadn't even waited for the body to get cold before grabbing the bedclothes.
The upshot of the second persons work is that it subtly modified points I was trying to make. I quit working on that profile, even though I have much more to add. I will eventually go back to it but other profiles have my attention at the moment.
I was wondering if a buffer period of maybe 3 to 5 days could be put in place to allow a person to finish the profile before it becomes fully accessible to all the other members
Plenty of time later to correct someones spelling and such. I know I need it; my eyesight is not what it once was and I wind up having to spend lots of time correcting typos. Not even sure I got them all in this text.