I know this comes up all the time but I just want to bring it back one more time.
When low rep users edit questions and answers can they please make sure they actually contribute to the post with their edits.
Today, again, the edit queue is full of one tag edits and, most annoying of all, editing capital letters on things like
Ubuntu, these edits clog the queue and do not actually make any noticeable improvement to the post as suggested in the help section.
I don't want to point fingers and I encourage people to make good edits but the one that drove me to write this was an edit of
HDMI, that was it, how is that any kind of improvement to the OP ?
I am rejecting these kind of edits regularly and am not the only one, I can see the vote counts, so am not alone in wanting to avoid this.
So to summarize, can editors with less than 2000 rep, please make sure your edits are improving the actual content of the post and are not just superficial ?.
To make this a question and not a rant, does anyone disagree with me ? and do you like to see / actively encourage these kind of edits ?
improvementsthey do not make the question easier to understand and very often overlook major flaws that need to be addressed.