We usually VTC questions with titles that don't reflect the goal of the code. Examples of said titles:
- "How do I make this better?"
- "My code is not fast enough"
- "I'd like my code to be more pythonic"
I'm all in for these titles to change, because they're obviously not good and go against the kind of titles we want to have.
Though, I'd like to get the feeling of the community regarding this kind of situation.
In this case, the original title was : Speed up auto encoder training without breaking anything (the task accomplished by the code)
Obviously, not good. But, it's very clear in the post that it's about GRU autoencoders (even though I don't know what that is).
So I'm wondering, instead of VTCing the question, going through the whole process of OP editing, the question being nominated for re-opening and all in all losing time, did I make the right choice by simply editing the title to make it clear?
So, my question is the following : In cases where it seems pretty obvious what the title should be, should we simply edit the title instead of voting to close, or should we let the OP edit their own title, at the possible expense of having to go through the whole re-open process?