I am going to pick on my own answer but I had 5-6 of these come up in the review queue in a row.
What are we supposed to do with edits that don't really add anything. For example https://askubuntu.com/review/suggested-edits/428426 an answer from 2013 had an edit to maybe correct some capitalization. I say maybe because it could be argued that capitalization in this case does not matter, and even if it did, it takes research to determine the correct capitalization of wine/Wine/WINE specially in this context.
I have read http://meta.askubuntu.com/questions/3946/is-it-acceptable-to-make-small-edits but this seems to be a case of making a small insubstantial change to a minor answer. On top of which it creates a lot of "work" to have to review the change if were going to get nit picky and still doesn't really improve anything.
For this edit I rejected, with the appropriate option, but, the question remains. Is there any value in these types of edits (seems not based on other questions on meta), and if not, what can be done to discourage these types of edits?