I have no problems with [feedback, reviews, etc] in the title as long as it accompanies the type of program in some form. For instance, I'm okay with this:
Cleaning code in binary tree structure
...as opposed to this:
Cleaning code in this program
While they both accomplish these things:
- You know right away that the question IS on-topic
- If you're not good with the review type and prefer not to perform other reviews, then you can skip the question
...only the former accomplishes this as well:
- If you're familiar that program type and/or it piques your interest, you'll want to review that question. This is especially important if you don't want to extensively review every question for your particular programming language(s).
Bearing that in mind, I agree that the question should be edited if it's comparable to the latter. Whether or not they're reflective of the post's contents, it could look quite unattractive.
As for the programming language in the title, I also agree that it's unnecessary. Every question should include its appropriate language tag(s). If you see a question without a language tag, whether or not it's included in the title, the tag should be added. If there is a language tag and it's also mentioned in the title, then I'd leave it alone unless there are other necessary edits.