Recently I wanted to mark a duplicate of a question about defining maximum likelihood, but was unable to find the "main" question since it used "MLE" in title rather then "maximum likelihood" (Maximum Likelihood Estimation (MLE) in layman terms). Finally someone merged the initial question, the one that I suggested as a duplicate, and the one that I refer to in the link.
If there exist (and they do) questions that are prone to be duplicated, like the one I refer to, wouldn't it be a good idea to slightly edit their titles to be more informative and easier to find via search? In this case I would edit "MLE" and changed it to "maximum likelihood (MLE)" however there were discussions on if it is good to make such edits or not.
What do you think? Of course, I understand that "minor edit" could be easily misunderstood and abused.
OK, there doesn't seem to be disagreement in here so I edited this title.