So I believe I did a mistake today. There were four suggested edits pending when I came in here today. So naturally I thought of looking into them.
This was the very first question that came in. The questioner had written only three sentences asking about the difference between the two words and saying that they had searched the dictionary and found nothing useful. The editor had provided sufficient information surrounding the topic, because they might have thought someone may vote to close the question because of very less context provided by the questioner.
Now I thought the editor might have copy pasted some of the comments provided by OP later on, which sadly, was not the case. There are no comments whatsoever. I believe the editor put in all those information they deemed fit for this post which they were facing an issue with. Because I saw they have commented on rjpond's answer.
StephenS has now edited to improve the formatting, however they might have not noticed that the edit I approved was wrong.
Hence my question, should we approve such edits which provide relevant information, but which are in no way provided or asked to be added by the questioner themselves?
And I ask fellow moderators to please rollback the edit to the original one and do necessary formatting changes, in case such edits are not recommended. Because I believe this was a heavy change.