Certain film directors have done “director’s cuts” of their films, which is a longer version of the film originally released, with scenes the director has shot before but adds to the version first released. It may turn out like another version, without substantially altering the story-line.
Writers can do similar things with their pieces. A reviewer in one forum has published a review one way. In another forum says it differently, perhaps substantially differently, even better than before. This may be more than tweaking. It can be reinventing. But the view or opinion stays the same in invisible essence.