I agree with Lance, I think the edit was ok. The first part of your question is just waffle:
"So this is something for debate I've asked a few people and just thought about asking it here."
Honestly, people don't care to have to read through all of that before getting to the real meat and two veg of the question. I usually edit that kind of thing out, it doesn't tell us anything of value. We assume you've probably done some research before hitting the site, you don't need to tell us about "asking a few people".
The question title edit was fine too: "Issue with internationally zipped files" doesn't really give much away, the word "Issue" is a way of getting around saying "Problem" which is banned from use in question titles.
The title edit was far a far more descriptive summary of the issue you're trying to solve. Vague titles such as "Issue with [insert thing]" will less likely attract folks who hover over the new questions list.
If you think about it, people searching for solutions to the same problem are going to be searching using the error message generated by the tool used. They aren't going to search for "Issue with internationally zipped files".
Trust your site mods, they know what they're doing.