As I've only received review privileges today, it's entirely possible I've misunderstood the process, so I'm seeking clarification.
This suggested rollback was rejected by 3 users all stating:
This edit changes too much in the original post; the original meaning or intent of the post would be lost.
Whilst I understand that as a reason to reject an edit, I don't see why this is a valid reason to reject this particular rollback. Long story short, the OP removed the original question, and the code that went along with it, after accepting an answer and replaced it with some ramblings and a very generic question. This essentially stripped the original question of its value, leaving it in a mess.
Am I right in believing this should actually have been approved? If not, would someone mind explaining why?