So, I ran into this answer and noticed a typo. It looked something like this:
Since this was obviously a typo, so I thought, I would correct it and suggest an edit.
So I submit the edit and than decide to look at its edit history and notice something peculiar. #4 basically put in the "typo" I had corrected and gave the following reason:
I don't understand this. The edit when read without that context seemed seemed like a typo. Now knowing that that there was an edit specifically adding that in confuses me. The edit reason doesn't help me.
The edit was made by a user with 20k+ rep, so I would think they would know better than I, but I still don't see what is intended by the edit.
So my question comes down to this: Is edit #4 correct and it's just something I don't understand, or did the 20k+ user make a mistake?
EDIT: I should mention that my motivation for asking is I wouldn't want to end up participating in or starting an edit war. "Correct Term," to me makes it sound like there could be a history specific meaning that I don't know of. I would hate to "fix" it if it actually shouldn't be fixed.