With regard to making small edits would an inaccuracy justify a minor edit?.
The question I refer to is found here and the suggested edit I made can be found Review/Suggested Edits.
A new user who can not edit their own question (apparently) added information that was requested by two other users (to obviate: one of which was myself). This information was added as two answers for the two requests. After adding the information in the answers to the question I noticed another edit had been made that removed a small sentence in bold and on reading the question the "Here is the parted output:" section now covers the relevant information and more.
Which made me suggest adding another edit to change the previously quoted sentence to "Here is some more information as requested:" to show acknowledgement and appreciation of the other edit made by another user and maintaining accuracy.
I appreciate a suggested edit is a suggestion and can easily be refused but the reasons given in Review/Suggested Edits are not quite acknowledging why the edit was suggested. So I took opportunity to try and explain my motives here and open discussion here.
Would it have been acceptable to have voted up the OP's two answers to help boost their rep to remove new user restrictions?