I've recently suggested several edits on this site.
I realize that presumably, someone has decided the edits were too minor or whatsoever. Indeed, I was primarily fixing grammar, layout, or other things making the Q&A more readable.
Nevertheless, it's a common sense on SE that even minor edits are still useful, if they indeed provide with meaningful value and aren't massive. So any constructive edits, even fixing typos or formatting, should be encouraged as they (1) improve readability and (2) searchability on search engines, which in turn attracts new visitors and provide with value for existing ones.
This is the very ultimate judgment for evaluating users' behavior at the entire SE community. (except maybe this site :))
Is it true that WA@SE rules are somehow different?
I'm not an active user here, but I was thinking that could be a positive contribution to a community.
Am I wrong?
This is not an an appeal. What's done is done.
"Something else to be improved in the posts". Look at the edits that have been kindly accepted (I don't find the links to rejected ones). Is there anything else to improve there?
Moreover, minor edits is a kind of "dirty work". They consume a lot of moderator's time which they can rather spend on something else. Doing it by non-moderators (or users with rep under 2000) is a profit for the site, see links above for why.
"Pursuing rep". Please don't accuse me pursuing +2 reputation for these edits; it's much easier time investment to submit five good Q/A to gain rep.
Actual Question. My goal is to figure out whether the WebApp@SE community needs this very type of contribution. If it doesn't (for whatever reasons or whoever is right or wrong), this is the only thing I really want to know.