Someone recently edited my question on a SE site and made the source citation more visible.
The editor replaced my
From the Wikipedia article about Entropy (Source view via The Internet Archive):
What is the point of such edits?
When I write on SE, I usually try to make source citations as unintrusive as possible, in order not to distract from the question or answer. Most readers will probably not be interested in the source citation for a definition.
Readers who are interested in the source citation can still find out what it is by opening it. Also, if on desktop, they can hover over the link with their mouse to see the website in the status bar. If on mobile, they can hold the link and most browsers would show where it leads to without opening it.
I do not see the point of this “correction”. I checked the Guidelines for Reviewing for relevant information, but couldn't find any.