I just reverted the title of the Accessing ArcObjects from Python? question from a recent revision which substantially changed the question title (to the point where I honestly did not recognize it). This is one of the top questions on the site and is by any measure a canonical question.
In my opinion, the previous title worked well, was recognizable, and did not need clarification (I don't believe that anyone would have confused arcpy with ArcObjects as they are clearly different APIs, with the former being a small subset and extension of the latter, but are otherwise incompatible).
Can and should we restrain ourselves from the temptation of revising titles for canonical or "historically significant" questions?