The top answer of the top question of the rubber tag currently states that rubber is not actively developed. While it may be true that rubber development was in a hiatus around the time the answer was posted, it is no longer true that rubber is unmaintained. In fact, the latest release (1.5.1) was published only two months ago.
I submitted an edit updating the answer, but unfortunately it was rejected. The reasons given where
This edit deviates from the original intent of the post. Even edits that must make drastic changes should strive to preserve the goals of the post's owner.
I'm not sure if I would agree with this. The main part of the answer (the original intent if you want), the list of differences between rubber and latexmk, was not edited at all.
What is the rationale behind rejecting my edits? How does keeping outdated parts of an answer improve tex.SE? Do we really want to drive away people from, an IMHO excellent, software by keeping outdated statements in an answer?