I really need to know why was my edit rolled back. Because nobody asked me nor took the issue up to me. Don't get me wrong, I think No Time has done a well job updating them I felt that this time he messed it up so I was just fixing it. Was I so wrong that the edit should have been rolled back?
My take on this was that the previous tag wiki which has been reinstated was a clear concise wiki that explained concepts in a very user friendly way.
Terminology was precisely defined in a layman way.
The edit you are referring to stripped out much of this user friendliness - it left just key terms such as "xorg" dangling - that to the layman doesnt mean very much.
As a quick straw unscientific poll, I asked my 13 year-old to read the edited version and then read the previous version. The edited version she said that (and I quote) ... "dunno dad - dont know what it means".
The previous version she said "that read like a dictionary"
So apart from trying to produce a wiki item for teenager speak ... I would suggest it was correctly rolled back. In many ways, my personal opinion is that the format is a template for all of our sadly neglected wiki's; its a format we should all be striving for.
Remember, wiki's are the first item a questioner sees when selecting tags - so ideally we should make them as user friendly as possible, with basic terminology precisely and unambiguously defined.