I don't mind help, even if it's on a profile newly created, because I'll double check what they did and incorporate it into my own style...The only thing that really bugs me is when the source is already there as an inline citation someone comes along and adds it as an additional source (have one "family member" who has done this to most of the profiles I manage"\) and keeps deleting the reference tag. Fortunately, the data doctors have caught the removed reference tag, in most cases, and put it back (thank you Data Doctors), When I asked the person to stop, I was given an explanation that people are lazy and don't know how to look for page numbers on their own (my version of his impolite response) and I got blocked because he didn't like me calling the second use of the source as redundant. Redundancy is redundancy, just like black is black and white is white.
But, after a couple of weeks, I got to thinking...this guy (who has not been using WikiTree for very long) has taken the time to get the links to the exact page and included person numbers...so now I copy his link, replace my first page in the book link add the person number, delete his redundant post and move on. The key to collaborating on profiles is trying to work together and while I do NOT like his style and I hate redundancy when I'm reading something (or the implication that people are either stupid or lazy), there is a way to make it all work out in the end. While he may be rude (to my way of thinking), it's easier to just work around it rather than keep being bothered by it. Life is too short, and we all have way too much to do to make these profiles better to keep stressing over people's personalities. I know I'm a hard pill to swallow at times, so I have to be willing to take what I might inadvertently give (meaning I don't mean to, it just comes across that way). Just my two cents on the issue.