In this edit a user who is relatively new to this stack (although apparently not to SE as a whole) removed a part of an active question (the recent question about My Cousin Vinny) which indicates that the included image had been changed. The user, in the edit reason, linked a meta.se thread https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/127655/316262 in which it is suggested that edits should not normally be mentioned in the body of questions. On this stack, indications of question and answer updates, particularly in response to comments, but also second thoughts are often included in the body of posts. Especially when there is back and forth aimed at improving posts, it seems to me that including such indications is often proper, and indeed I think it should be encouraged in some cases.
I think this is a case where the nature of this particular stack is such that we should have a local guideline that is contrary to the general network view, and that such edits removing indications of editing should be reverted. Do others agree?
Edit: I have rolled back the edit in question.