I am puzzled by the following edit (#2): https://drupal.stackexchange.com/posts/74051/revisions
The edit changed:
<?php print $node->content['body']['#value'] ?>
<?php print $node->field_subtitle['view'] ?>
I am not going into a discussion about which version is the correct answer to the original question (to be honest, I don't care and I don't know).
The question asked here on meta is: Is this type of (IMHO) radical change of content "in spirit" with SE? Or even appropriate?
I assume the change was made because the editor thinks the answer provided is dead wrong, and the edited version is the correct answer. But IMHO, coding errors that are not blatant typos should not be corrected by radical editing. Instead, there should be a comment pointing out the error (leaving it up to the reader to make a decision about how to act on the information, and the original author to incorporate the correction in his or her answer if he or she agrees).
I humbly suggest that the editor does a rollback.