I was just on the Suggested Edits tab, and noticed this edit. It is obviously not valid, and I rejected it. However, it was approved by two people (one a new reviewer, the other somewhat new). I then went to the question and took it back out. Was I right to do this, or have our tag-in-title rules changed?
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No, that's was a useless edit. It should not have been approved. I'm surprised it was.
Tags already appear in the
The edit merely appended
I can't comment on the motive of the edit, as there may be something to it (although you really should just use tags to search in a language, not titles). If you really honestly feel you must use a tag in a title, do it in a natural way. For a (bad, unnecessary) example:
...still, usually you shouldn't do this.
It puzzled me why there were only 2 approve votes, and ironically - it got approved from the OP... So, I guess the OP is relatively new, or thought it was a good edit, and the other reviewer is just new... But I agree, the edit shouldn't have been approved, but then the OP's approval is final!
It seems a little silly to me - I wouldn't have approved it, personally. But then again, unfortunately many people seem to just approve things without really giving much thought.