Your question was put on hold as "too broad". See What is a "closed", “on hold”, or "duplicate" question? The notice that was put on the question when it was put on hold reads:
There are either too many possible answers, or good answers would be too long for this format. Please add details to narrow the answer set or to isolate an issue that can be answered in a few paragraphs.
The user who edited your question was (I assume) trying to do exactly that, narrow the question down so that it could be reopened. Anyone with the edit privilege (2000+ reputation) can edit questions and answers unilaterally. See How do suggested edits work? When a question is put on hold then edited (by you or anyone else) it is put in to a queue for people with sufficient reputation to decide whether it should be reopened or not.
Your subsequent edit again made it too broad and it is unlikely to be reopened as it is. Overly broad questions are not a good fit for Stack Exchange, they elicit overly long or incomplete answers and discussions—which is not what Stack Exchange is about. Try to narrow your questions down to a specific problem.