How on earth was this edit approved?

The only changes in this suggested edit that got approved 2-1 were that "Lilypond" in the title was changed to "LilyPond" (capitalised the P) and changed "PianoStaff" to "PianoStaff". Can someone explain how that edit is valid, in the face of

This edit does not make the post even a little bit easier to read, easier to find, more accurate or more accessible. Changes are either completely superfluous or actively harm readability.

, from our edit suggestion rejection message?


The OP was posted on 2 Oct 2019 and edited on 21 Oct, 19 days later. Is a 19-day-old question too old for it to be worth editing it? Was this edit part of a spree of edits to old questions that caused the front page to be flooded with old questions? If not, I don't see that the edit did any harm, and therefore I don't see that it was wrong to do the edit.

BTW the edit changed PianoStaff to PianoStaff: the S was correctly a cap S both before and after the edit.

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